Oct 272015


A directors edited teaser trailer has been released for the revenge horror Night of the Babysitter, and you can view the short teaser below.

The film stars the great Bill Oberst Jr, and the extremely hot Dora Madison Burge.

Night of the Babysitter was shot entirely on Kodak 16mm film and examines the relationships between the remnants of a vengeful family and their ambiguously guilty victims. The film begins with The Babysitter, played by Burge, and her Father (Oberst, Jr.) at the tail end of a year-long revenge mission against those the Father blames for the death of his wife. How responsible those he accuses are, however, remains to be seen.

Here is how the director describes the film:

Horror, crime, sex and hip hop are united in this rousing portrayal of a father and daughters’ unpardonable revenge. Night of the Babysitter is a feature film set to star Dora Madison Burge (Friday Night Lights, Dexter). A crime thriller in the guise of a horror slasher, our tale is centered around a father, simply known as FATHER, and his daughter, THE BABYSITTER, during their final acts of a year-long revenge against those Father blames for the death of his wife.

Encountering a slew of fascinating characters, whether they be brilliantly minded Craigslist perverts, amateur crime-fighters, or young-adult-fiction novelists, our two anti-heroes sordid paths force them to reason with, seduce and sometimes kill these enigmatic individuals.

Instead of your basic, linear hack-and-slash, our story is told in three nail-biting acts, each serving as a chamber piece that involves some form of babysitting, These are not three separate stories woven together through some loose thread of a connection. It’s one concrete plot, and it’s all very, very connected.

Oberst (above) said of the role, “One of the great pleasures of this business is encountering rising young writing and directing talents on their way up. When those rising talents also happen to take cinema seriously as an art form, as Louis Doerge does, that’s when real magic can happen. Night of the Babysitter is dark and sinister, bold and original. It’s an arthouse crime film in the guise of a horror movie. The script does what movies are supposed to do – it submerges the reader’s imagination into a world of the filmmaker’s choosing, and I believe the movie is going to do exactly the same thing. I’m excited to be on board, and I hope fans of arthouse movies, thriller movies, horror movies, and crime movies (not to mention the legion of fans of Dora Madison Burge) will get excited about it, too.”

Doerge said about Bill Oberst’s involvement, “We are extremely excited to be working with the incredible talent that is Bill Oberst. He’s more than well versed in these genres and is a cinematic force to be reckoned with.”





Matt Wavish

Matt WavishA keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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