|Directed by||Amy Waddell|
|Produced by||Ira Deutchman
Wade W. Danielson
|Written by||Amy Waddell|
|Starring||Serena Scott Thomas
Timothy V. Murphy
|Music by||Mark Adler
|Edited by||Daniel Lawrence|
|Distributed by||Mount Parnassus Pictures
A young couple buy an old house in Jerome which used to be a brothel. The husband commits suicide and the wife, Julianne (played by Serena Scott Thomas), attempts to come to terms with her loss and modernise the house. She 'finds the building is still inhabited by the ghosts of prostitutes' and 'that she is being stalked by Death himself (Bruce Payne)'.
- Serena Scott Thomas as Julianne
- Brett Cullen as Avery
- Bruce Payne as Thief
- Grace Zabriskie as Madam Lady Sadie
- Timothy V. Murphy as Gayle/Brian
- Sarah Lassez as Sophie
- Andrea Morris as Maddy
- Lisa Baines as Priscilla
- Yvonne Scio as Maddy
John Reid, who reviewed the film for the Sedona Red Rock News, noted "the density of atmosphere and the intensity of the actors and crew palpable on the set". David Kanowsky, who reviewed the film for Kudos, stated that it was "a very fine ghost story without horror". A contributor to the Independent Film Quarterly described the film as "an erotic indie version of Inception".
- Miller, Steve. "'Brothel' is a classy haunted house movie". Terror Titans. Retrieved 22 February 2014.
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