Saturday, April 14, 2007


In the fifth webisode of the sci-fi series, THE HOUSE BETWEEN, a new danger emerges when provisions dwindle...and a shortage of food is imminent in the hermetically-sealed house. In an effort to communicate with their invisible caretaker or warden, Theresa (Alicia A. Wood) suggests a seance. Unfortunately, the seance has drastic repercussions, landing a mysterious mirror in the house; one that has profound impact on Astrid (Kim Breeding), Arlo (Jim Blanton), Travis (Lee Hansen), Bill (Tony Mercer) and Theresa herself. Written and directed by John Kenneth Muir. Produced for the Lulu Show LLC by Joseph Maddrey

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous1:00 AM

    You've done it again, Mr. Muir, defied expectation. Forget Denise Crosby, Kim Breeding's unhibited "Evil Astrid" makes Barbara Stanwyck seem like a femme fatale on an off day. Lee Hansen's hysterical depiction of Travis' "sensitive side" had me rolling. And it was nice to see Ms. Wood drop Theresa's rigid facade, much like Spock did in "The Other Side of Paradise". James Blanton's Arlo continues to be a likeable source of unexpected menace. And Mr. Mercer's Bill reached Tony Randall heights of sheer exasperation, except in the final minutes, as he uttered yet another glorious cliffhanger of a line. And I can hardly wait....


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