The Killing Floor

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The Killing Floor
Killing floor poster.jpg
Promotional film poster
Directed by Gideon Raff
Produced by Executive Producers:
Avi Arad
Doug Liman
Producers:
Gideon Raff
Eden Wurmfeld
Written by Gideon Raff
Ryan Swanson
Starring Michael Roscoe
Luke Keck
Swag Hillditch
Music by Michael Wandmacher
Cinematography Martina Radwan
Edited by Annie L. Amie
Distributed by Lightning Entertainment
Release dates

May 21, 2007

(Region 2)
Running time
94 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Killing Floor is a 2007 American thriller film. It was directed by Gideon Raff, and stars Marc Blucas, Shiri Appleby, and Reiko Aylesworth.

Plot[edit]

David Lamont, a book publisher who is known to be ruthless toward friends, foes, and clients alike, moves into his new penthouse apartment. There he meets his mysterious and beautiful neighbor, Audrey Lavine, who lives on the third floor. Shortly thereafter, he receives a visit from an investigator and a man who claims that the penthouse belongs to his father who never sold it.

David tells them the apartment is his, everything is in legal order, and if they have a problem to talk with his lawyer. Soon after he starts receiving packages with the crime scene photos that apparently were taken in his penthouse. Later he begins to receive video tapes documenting his every move and believes someone is after him. With his assistant, Rebecca Fay, David begins to discover who or what is behind everything that is occurring.

Release[edit]

The World Premiere for The Killing Floor was at 9:30 P.M., April 14, 2007 at the Malibu Film Festival.[1] The Region 1 DVD rights have been acquired by THINKFilm with a direct-to-DVD release of January 8, 2008.[2]

The film was released on DVD in Sweden by Noble Entertainment on March 14, 2007. The release date for the UK was May 21, 2007.[3]

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