New England Premiere for Locally Produced Thriller ‘The Killers Next Door’

The Rhode Island-based production company JL Pictures, LLC and local horror media site The Horror Depot will host a red carpet premiere of their new thriller ‘The Killers Next Door’ on Wednesday, May 17 at Showcase Cinemas Route 6 in Seekonk, MA. Doors open at 6 PM for a meet and greet with the cast and crew, followed by a screening of the film at 6:30 PM.

Tickets for the Premiere

Tickets for the premiere can be purchased on Showcase Cinemas’ website. “I’m so excited for people to see our film in a 185 seat theater,” said director and producer Michael A. LoCicero. “The pandemic dealt our original theatrical premiere plans a death blow, so this is a very exciting night for us all.”

About ‘The Killers Next Door’

‘The Killers Next Door’ follows a young couple whose weekend getaway becomes a fight for survival after crossing paths with two dangerous ex-convicts. The film was shot entirely in New England over 15 days with a local cast and crew.

“We assembled an amazing local cast, some incredible talent behind the camera, creating costumes, fight scenes, and stunts – with firearms, and thoroughly bloody special effects makeup. I have to say that this cast and crew went above and beyond to create the final product. It really was New England indie filmmaking at its finest,” LoCicero said.

The film stars Rosanna Jimenez, Sean Carmichael, David Pridemore, and LoCicero. It is produced by JL Pictures, founded by LoCicero, Nick Mazonowicz, and Mark Fogarty, along with Mark Greene and Anne Mulhall. ‘The Killers Next Door’ is distributed by Deskpop Entertainment and MPX Motion Picture Exchange and is currently streaming on Amazon Prime and Vudu.

About JL Pictures

JL Pictures is a Rhode Island-based production company dedicated to creating challenging and entertaining original stories while providing opportunities for local artists.

“Our goal is to utilize the wide array of talent here in the New England community and beyond,” LoCicero said, “and eventually become the go-to hub for developing versatile work.”

For more information on ‘The Killers Next Door,’ visit