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Nick Frost gets bloody in first look at new movie Krazy House

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Nick Frost gets bloody in first look at new movieCourtesy of Sundance Institute

A bloody first look at Nick Frost in action comedy Krazy House has been unveiled.

The upcoming movie also stars Clueless' Alicia Silverstone, with the pair playing a couple who must face off against criminals in their home.

"When Russian workers in Bernie’s house turn out to be wanted criminals, Bernie has to man up and save his ’90s sitcom family," the synopsis reads.

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krazy house, nick frost, alicia silverstone, gaite jansen, walt klink
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Frost's character Bernie Christian is described as a "meek, devout head of household who’s suddenly forced into a bloodcurdling, jaw-dropping crusade when his spiritual foundations fail", while Silverstone is his "gleefully mischievous wife".

In the first images, we see Frost covered in blood and holding up a gun towards the enemy, as well as him and Silverstone messing around in a sitcom setting.

Krazy House comes from New Kids' Steffen Haars and Flip van der Kuil, and is set to screen at the Sundance Film Festival next month.

Frost is well known for his collaborations with Simon Pegg, having appeared together in the 'Cornetto Trilogy' of movies – namely Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End – as well as TV series Spaced.

nick frost, alicia silverstone, krazy house
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Most recently, they created and starred in the TV show Truth Seekers, which was well-received critically but was cancelled after one season in 2021.

Reacting to the axing in a now-deleted Instagram video, Frost said at the time that it was "a massive kick in the willy".

"We really put our all into this, our heart and soul and blood in some cases, so to not come back is really sad for us and it's a shame," he added.

"I think we had lots of lovely ghost stories to tell. Stories that will remain now untold. If you liked the show, thank you. And if you didn't, are you happy now? Happy now?"

Krazy House will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January.


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