Crashing a party has never been more delicious, or dangerous. Chris von Hoffmann, who directed the cannibalistic dystopian film Drifter, is serving up new meat in the upcoming horror suspense film Monster Party.
Monster Party, which will have some found-footage film elements, has already been shot. The film was produced by Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (Insidious) and Fred Berger (La La Land) of Automatik, along with Eric B. Fleischman of Diablo Entertainment and Jesse Berger of Radical Studios.
“I think Monster Party serves as a testament to not only Chris’ ability to blend genres together (until they bleed) but a commentary on the growing social issues in today’s society and just how violent some people actually are,” Eric B. Fleischman of Diablo Entertainment said in a statement.
Described as a cross between the comedy favorite Clue and the conspiracy classic Eyes Wide Shut, Monster Party will star Sam Strike (Leatherface, East Enders), Kian Lawley (The Chosen, Shovel Buddies, Before I Fall) and Julian McMahon (Nip/Tuck, Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency) as three teenagers who get invites to a dinner party at a mansion only to find the hosts are part of an Illuminati-style serial killer party.
Monster Party also features Erin Moriarty, Diego Boneta, Robin Tunney, Brandon Micheel Hall, Ginny Gardner, Chester Rushing, Jamie Ward, Bill Engvall, Mickey Gooch, Jr., Sofia Castro, Logan Huffman, Howard Charles, and Lance Reddick.