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A woman is forced to deal with the triple threats of house arrest, potential ghosts... and having to live with her mother. 

Kiwi killing: is this New Zealand comedy-horror romp destined for cult stardom?
Kiwi killing: is this New Zealand comedy-horror romp destined for cult stardom?

Described as “bloody brilliant” by horror legend Peter Jackson, Housebound follows a woman dealing with the triple threats of house arrest, potential ghosts, and having to live with her mother. 

Morgana O’Reilly (TV movie Safe House) is the criminal facing eight months home detention with an annoying Mum (Rima Te Wiata). 

 

Jaquie Brown Diaries director Gerard Johnstone’s first movie won praise after debuting at US festival SXSW; Fangoria loved its mixture of "fantastic comedy" and mystery. Housebound won local release after screening at the 2014 NZ International Film Festival.

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