Rose McGowan Horror Movie 'Rosewood Lane' to Premiere at Screamfest

Other flicks include thrillers starring the kids of Clint Eastwood, Susan Sarandon and Jane Seymour.
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Rosewood Lane, a horror movie starring Rose McGowan and directed by Victor Salva, will premiere at Screamfest, the horror festival now entering it’s 11th year.

Also having a premiere will be the French horror movie Livide.

The titles are among the first wave of films announced that will screen at the festival, which runs October 14 to 23 at the Chinese 6 Theatres in Los Angeles’ Hollywood & Highland Center.

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Rosewood Lane centers on radio talk show psychiatrist (McGowan) who returns to her hometown and takes notices of the unusual behavior of her neighborhood paperboy. Salva is best known for directing the horror movie Jeepers Creepers and supernatural drama Powder.

Livide is from directors Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury (2007’s A l’interieur/Inside) and sees a treasure hunt in a desolate house lead a group of friends into a horrifying supernatural series of events.

The progeny of established actors will be on display in the flicks having world or North America premieres: Stormhouse, starring the daughter of Jane Seymour, Katherine Flynn; Isolation, stars  Eva Amurri, the daughter of Susan Sarandon, as a student who awakens in an isolation room with no memory of how she got there; Enter Nowhere features Scott Eastwood, son of Clint, in a flick set in a mysterious cabin in the woods.

Other U.S. or world premieres include Cassadaga, centering around a deaf girl and a séance gone bad; Rites of Spring, featuring kidnappers who become victims to evil; The Tunnel, an Australian thriller set in abandoned train tunnels under Sydney.

Other movies to screen during the festival include:

Julia X 3D, starring Kevin Sorbo as an Internet predator; Vamperifica, about a college kid who discovers that he possesses the soul of a vampire king; Dead Heads, about two zombies who take a road trip; and Kalevet, billed as Israel’s first slasher movie.