‘The Home’ Looks To Open Its Doors To Some “Heavy Horror”

by Thomas Tuna

Retirement doesn’t suit everyone.

The Home–a new horror pic from The Purge creator James DeMonaco–recently wrapped production, according to a report on Collider. No release window has yet been announced.

The new film–directed by DeMonaco from a screenplay he wrote with Adam Candor–follows Man (Pete Davidson from Bodies Bodies Bodies), who starts a job in a retirement home “and soon realizes the residents and caretakers harbor sinister secrets.”

As he investigates the building and “the forbidden fourth floor,” he starts to uncover “connections to his own past and upbringing as a foster child.”

Expounding on that storyline, DeMonaco told Collider his new feature is about Max, a graffiti artist, “who gets into trouble with the law. His community service–instead of doing jail time–is to become the superintendent at an old age home.”

So, as he explained, the film “is about older generations dealing with the youth of America. Then it kicks into heavy horror and some crazy mythology about what these people are and who they are and what they’re doing in this home. And how it affects the youth of America.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on The Home.


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