Dark comedy / Thriller HOW TO KILL YOUR ROOMMATES AND GET AWAY WITH IT starring Felissa Rose has it world premier at the historic Chinese Theater in Hollywood this October 3rd!

In the tradition of the dark comedy cult film “Very Bad Things” comes something new and informative! From producer Pat Kusnadi, the producer behind award-winning films “The ID,” “Paranormal Attraction,” and “Routines,”  How to Kill Your Roommates and Get Away with It has its world premier this October at the historic Chinese Theater at the Silicon Beach Film Festival

Done with an 80’s vibe, this bloody and surprising comedy/thriller stars Nicole Cinaglia (“Camp Dread”), Lara Jean Sullivan (“Ugly Sweater Party“), Hunter Johnson (“Virus of the Dead“), and Eric Reingrover (TV’s “Seal Team“). Also starring the Emmy Award winner Christopher Bryan Gomez (“Godzilla: King of the Monsters“) with Dave Sheridan (“Scary Movie”) and scream queen Felissa Rose (“Sleepaway Camp“).



How to Kill Your Roommates and Get Away with It tells the story of Ellie (Nicole Cinaglia) who has had it with her roommates (Lara Jean Sullivan & Eric Reingrover) and is ready to take drastic action. With the help of her best friend, Jacob (Hunter Johnson), the two start plotting ways to get out of her miserable living situation and not get caught. But one mistake may bring the full force of the law (played by Felissa Rose and Dave Sheridan) down on them.

How to Kill Your Roommates and Get Away with It will have its world premiere on October 3rd, 2021 at 6:00 PM at the Hollywood’s historic Chinese Theater as part of Silicon Beach Film Festival 2021. Limited seats are available for public and the cast & crew will be in attendance.

Tickets are available here on BLOCK S:

This film was produced by the multi-award winner, Alexander T. Hwang (“Paranormal Attraction”) along with Robbie Dias (“13 Fanboys“) and Erick Stryker (TV’s Worst Week Ever). Executive produced by Will Garay (“Bloodthirst“)

Director Statement:
I’ve been producing many features over the years, but finally I am here with my directorial feature debut, and I’m very proud of the work my cast and crew have done. We shot this safely in early 2021 during a difficult time for film productions, and I have to say, it wouldn’t have happened if my producer Alex Hwang had not pushed me to do the best job possible, and safely, using all COVID precautions. So thank you to Alex for what we delivered. I also wanted to thank the hardworking cast and the rest of the crew. They were great, worked hard and were very helpful in getting this movie made. It has been quite a journey. I cannot wait for everyone to see it. So please join us on the big screen at the Hollywood’s historic Chinese Theater!