As a producer, Travis Stevens has helped bring some of the most beloved independent horror films to live over the last decade (including Cheap Thrills, Starry Eyes, We Are Still Here, and XX), and now he's stepping behind the camera in his feature-film directorial debut, Girl on the Third Floor. Ahead of the movie's world premiere at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival, we've been provided with an explosive teaser video and images to share with Daily Dead readers.

Written, produced, and directed by Travis Stevens, Girl on the Third Floor stars Phil "CM Punk" Brooks, Trieste Kelly, Sarah Brooks, and Elissa Dowling. A Queensbury Pictures Production, the movie will make its world premiere at SXSW on Sunday, March 10th, and you can watch a crimson-stained teaser video below.

To learn more about Girl on the Third Floor, visit the film's official SXSW page., and check out the official screening times:

World Premiere | Sunday, March 10th, 11:45pm @ Alamo Lamar E
Public Screening #2 | Tuesday, March 12th, 11:55pm @ Alamo Lamar D
Public Screening #3 | Friday, March 15th, 11:45pm @ Alamo Lamar B

Synopsis: "Bursting pipes, rotting walls, and unidentifiable slime were not what Don Koch (WWE legend Phil "CM Punk" Brooks) expected when he convinced his wife Liz (Trieste Kelly Dunn of Showtime's Banshee and Applesauce) that he could rehab their new Victorian home himself. In over his head, under duress, and tempted by his old weaknesses, Don soon discovers that the house has its own dark, sordid history and won't be so easy to renovate after all....

GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR is the debut film for newly formed Chicago-based production company QUEENSBURY PICTURES. The film is the writing and directorial debut of TRAVIS STEVENS (Producer of We Are Still Here, Cheap Thrills, Starry Eyes)."

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