HOME SWEET HOME REBIRTH (2024) Video game adaptation

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Home Sweet Home Rebirth is a 2024 fantasy action horror film about a cop trying to stop an evil occultist from opening the Gates of Hell.

Directed by Steffen Hacker (Ingenium) and Alexander Kiesl (Bot Wars) with visuals courtesy of their German visual effects house Unexpected in partnership with Ygg, the Thai VFX/animation/gaming company. Producers are Dean Altit, under his Altit Media Group banner, and Pakin Maliwan, under Thailand-based Film Frame Productions. Tanat Juwiwat and Saroot Tubloy of Ygg, and Kia Jam are executive producing.

The American-Thai production stars William Moseley (365 Days; Subservience), Alexander Lee (Moorin School: Saga of the Brave; My Korean Jagiya), Urassaya Sperbund (Brother of the Year; Fast And Feel Love) and Michele Morrone.

During a deadly mall shooting a cop named Jake (William Moseley) is thrust into an alternate realm called “The Hindrance” . With the help of a mysterious Novice Monk (Alexander Lee), Jake must race the clock to save his wife, Prang (Urassaya Sperbund), and stop an evil occultist, Mek (Michele Morrone), from opening the Gates of Hell…


Currently filming in Bangkok, Thailand.

There is currently no trailer available for Home Sweet Home Rebirth.

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