Natasha Starr Featured in Indie Horror Film ‘Squat House’
New York, NY – For those of us already itching for the Halloween season, here’s some great news! Performer Natasha Starr has been featured in the indie horror film, Squat House. The film is available now on Vimeo.
Squat House tells the terrifying tale of a group of street punks who happen upon an abandoned house mysteriously filled with booze and drugs and decide to do what any punks would: take advantage of the situation. Little do they know that a crazed killer lurks within. Starr plays Lee, one half of a horny lesbian couple (the other half played by fellow adult starlet Minnie Scarlet), who meets her end when curiosity gets the better of her.
“Natasha was absolutely fantastic to work with and so sexy on the camera,” said director Guy Garbáge. “We had no real script. We just worked off an outline, but Natasha did beautiful things with her improvisation. Sometimes I didn’t even have to direct her! I would love the opportunity to work with her again.”
Steeped in early ’80s slasher film tropes of gratuitous nudity and ultra violence with a heavy dose of gritty, grindhouse-style imagery, Squat House is a must for fans of throwback horror films.
Produced by neo-grindhouse production company, Royal Imperial Pictures, Squat House is now available for streaming at vimeo.com/ondemand/squathouse accompanied by a “revealing” behind the scenes short film.
In addition to Starr and Scarlet, Squat House also features Ohene, Mandy Kitana, Beautiful Dizazter, Chai Gregory Gonzalez and Sidney Oolongo.
Follow Royal Imperial Pictures and Guy Garbáge, respectively, on Instagram at @royalimperialpictures and @guygarbageofficiel.