HOUSE OF QUARANTINE: It’s Lockdown Chaos in the New Pandemic Thriller Hitting this July!

By: John M Jerva

The world seems like it’s finally starting to right itself these days and now with that, movies will be hitting the shelves and streaming services which will deal with the pandemic in different ways. Some will focus on the human drama of it while others will turn it into an action vehicle focusing on the chaos and violence that came about.

With that we have the new indie thriller, House of Quarantine, which steers more to the latter delivering a taut movie with twists, turns and consequences. Furthermore this film was made during the pandemic and ensuing quarantines so it definitely hits home. Check out the new key art, images and trailer below.

Director Mitesh Patel (Anti-Coronavirus, Instant Karma) brings together a diverse cast for a tense, edge-of-your-seat thriller shot during the COVID lockdowns of 2020.

SYNOPSIS:

Nine people have been locked down together in a house while trying to shoot a movie. Unknowingly, one of their group is infected with COVID-19. The next three weeks become a life and death struggle for survival with no help from the outside amidst a global pandemic and national chaos.

Director Mitesh Patel says, “We shot HOUSE OF QUARANTINE during the pandemic with a limited cast, location, and limited days. It was a tricky production, but we pulled it off. In the script there was a scene of looting and rioting and during the production, it actually happened right next to where we were filming, and we used some actual footage from these events to give our film that extra layer of authenticity. It was scary, and our cast did an incredible job considering the circumstances surrounding our production. Audiences will completely identify with these characters. It’s an exciting, scary film, and I think we pulled off a really fantastic thriller for our uncertain times.”

HOUSE OF QUARANTINE will be released theatrically this July, and hits major VOD platforms on July 20th.

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