‘House of Good & Evil’ screened

Rob Neukirch, Blu de Golyer and Bo Keister discuss the film and take questions from the audience after the screening of "House of Good and Evil" in Roanoke Saturday night.
Rob Neukirch, Blu de Golyer and Bo Keister discuss the film and take questions from the audience after the screening of "House of Good and Evil" in Roanoke Saturday night.
Rob Neukirch, Blu de Golyer and Bo Keister discuss the film and take questions from the audience after the screening of “House of Good and Evil” in Roanoke Saturday night.

“House of Good and Evil,” the suspense film shot mostly in Floyd County in 2012, and featuring a lot of help and assistance from locals, screened at the Grandin Theater in Roanoke Saturday night before an appreciative audience and many stuck around after the film to ask questions of screenwriter and producer Blu de Golyer and cast members.

Questions from the audience saw traces of the late Alfred Hitchcock in the film, filmed at the old Cannady School House building in Floyd County with a cast that included Rachel Marie Lewis, Christian Oliver and Rob Neukirch.

Neukirch joined de Golyer and fellow cast member Bo Keister from Christiansburg to answer questions and talk about the film.

The film has shown at film festivals and on pay-per-view and is scheduled for release soon on DVD.  De Golyer said he is still hoping for a theatrical run for the movie.

More photos and a story in Thursday’s Floyd Press.

Audience at Grandin settles in to watch screening.
Audience at Grandin settles in to watch screening.
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3 thoughts on “‘House of Good & Evil’ screened”

  1. A huge thanks to all those who came out last night and of course your support Doug. A note to your readers, DVDs will be available for retail at Republic Of Floyd starting Thursday March 20th. Again, thank you for supporting the indie spirit.

  2. Thanks, Floyd folks, for coming out…and especially Brian for making the drive from Pulaski. It was wonderful to see HGE on the big screen without a deluge following, though Chantilly Farm had its own, distinct charm. Rumor has it that Tippi Hedren was there, incognito…

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