Release dates: Tribeca Film Festival – April 24, 2010 DVD – USA August 2011
Official site: IMDB-Open House
Director: Andrew Paquin
Writer: Andrew Paquin
Genre: Action/Drama/Thriller
Film Locations: Los Angeles, CA
Plot Summary: A couple on the verge of a nasty divorce attempt to sell their empty love nest and move on with their lives, separately. After a successful open house they are horrified to discover, days later, that a potential buyer didn’t leave their home. While Alice is being held captive in the basement, the unannounced house guest moves in upstairs. She senses her capture is being kept a rebellious secret. She knows her way only way out if she can only get out alive.
  • Anna Paquin … Jennie
  • Stephen Moyer … Josh
  • Tricia Helfer … Lila
  • Brian Geraghty … David
  • Rachel Blanchard … Alice
  • Jessica Collins … Lauren
  • Larry Sullivan … Oscar
  • Gabriel Olds … Carl
  • Shaun Guttridge … Police Officer
  • Mia Riverton … Meredith
  • Kris Wheeler … Brian
  • Gerald Downey … Seth
  • Naja Hill … Bethany
  • Cary Kazemi¹ … Alex
  • William Morse … Home Buyer
  • Bonnie Kathleen Ryan … Alex’s Wife
  • Eddie Martinez … Jose
  • Paula Christensen
  • Ashley Walsh … Woman
  • Ryan March … Hayden
  • Damon Christopher … Detective
  • Timothy Thomas Brown … Real Estate Agent
  • Jennifer Cummings … EMT
Producers: Cyrus Ahanchian … co-executive producer
Barry Brooker … executive producer
Sriram Das … executive producer
Nicole Ettinger … co-producer
Original Music: Nathan Barr
Cinematography: Joseph White
Editor: Tim Mirkovich
Casting: Sig De Miguel
Stephen Vincent
Production Design: G. Andrew Hussey
Art Direction: Mercedes Blackehart
Set Decoration: Harrison Yurkiw
Visual Effects: n.a.
Trailer for Andrew Paquin’s new film called Open House which both his sister Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer appear in cameo roles.

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  1. I already pre-ordered my DVD copy. Looks like a thriller. Thanks for providing the pertinent info, including trailer, photos and cast-production staff listings.

  2. This may sound odd, but there are several actors that I simply cannot watch as victims on film, one is Philip Seymour Hoffman, and newly discovered after watching this trailer is Stephen Moyer. It really bothered me to see him get hurt! (Watching him on True Blood is different, he’s a vampire-so he can’t die.)

  3. It’s a good movie I seened it n I enjoyed it , just disappointed that Mr. Moyer and Ms. Paquin had short scenes , I wish they were in all the scenes

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