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About the film  

LATE NIGHT DOUBLE FEATURE is the new horror anthology film directed and edited by Navin Ramaswaran (ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD), Torin Langen (FONDUE) and Zachary Ramelan (DEAD RUSH). Currently the film is playing festivals around the world.


During a late night taping of "Dr. Nasty's Cavalcade of Horror", bloody chaos takes place during the screening of two films ("Dinner for Monsters" and "Slit"). Samantha/Nurse Nasty (Jamie Elizabeth Sampson) is frustrated by how the show is being run by its womanizing director (Mike Donis) and its drunk and crazy host Dr. Nasty (Brian Carleton).


"Dinner for Monsters" tells the story a down and out chef (Nick Smyth) is hired to cook a special meal for a rich and powerful couple (Jeff Sinasac and Sandra DaCosta) for midnight dinner party. The chef has an ethical crisis when he falls in love with the maid (Raven Cousens) of the household that finally puts him over the edge.


In "Slit", we meet Brad (Colin Price) who has an underground freelance business of cutting people for relief and profit. Brad meets his match when he meets an oddball client (Caleigh Le Grand) that has violent plans not just for him but for herself.







"What we end up with is a delightful; bloody anthology with a wraparound segment pulling it all together. A true staple of retro television and what I feel fits right into the period piece genre, including the fact it’s based on B-Horror.”

(4.5 /5 stars) - INDYRED



“The ending offers a rather surprising twist as well, complete with an excess of bloodshed to send things off on a high note.”

(3.5 /5 stars) - ADDICTED



“the low-rent broadcast gimmick of FEATURE does make for an undeniably fun late night”

(3 /4 skulls) - FANGORIA



“Here we have a movie that knows what it is, a champion B-movies with all the blood, gore and humor that comes with it. ...This movie was like looking at the evil twin of 1971’s ‘The Hilarious House of Frightenstein’. A great film that captures the joy and gore of what campy

B horror is truly all about.”

(4 /5 stars) - THE GCE



“It’s fun, bloody, entertaining, and carries an undeniable charm that will remind you why you love horror hosts in the first place.”




“It is written and shot well, crafted with obvious care of the art and the genre.  I recommend you give it a spin when you get the chance.”




“Lots of gory fun that shouldn’t be missed.”