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Official Announcement The Houses Of Halloween - Announcement

Hi all,

Halloween is soon approaching with only about 7 weeks until ghouls and goblins stalk the street. Check out this great upcoming Halloween horror;


The Houses Of Halloween



On DVD from Monday 5th Oct. 2015.


A genuinely creepy concept that once again reinvents the “found-footage” horror movie and blurs the lines between reality and fiction. Following five filmmakers on a road trip to find an alternative Halloween tourist attraction, it builds to a nerve-shredding climax that haunt you for days.

Key talent:


Brandy Schaefer (Someplace Better Than Here)
Mikey Roe (producer TV’s Feed the Beast)
Zack Andrews (feature debut)
Jeff Larson (feature debut)

Star & Director:
Bobby Roe (TV’s Clubhouse, directing debut)


Synopsis:

Beneath the fake blood and cheap masks of countless haunted house attractions across the country, there are whispers of truly terrifying alternatives. Looking to find an authentic, blood-curdling good fright for Halloween, five friends set off on a road trip in an RV to track down these underground Haunts. Just when their search seems to reach a dead end, strange and disturbing things start happening and it becomes clear that the Haunt has come to them...


You'll Love It Because...

The found-footage movie is one of horror’s most enduring formats, constantly reinventing itself to create bigger and better scares. The Houses Of Halloween taps into the thing that makes the format so effective – that doubt in the back of your mind that what you’re seeing might just be real.

This takes it a step further, not only revolving around the phenomenon of haunted tourist attractions (even interviewing staff from real-life attractions), but also using a cast of actual filmmakers, most of who have worked behind the camera until now. The result is unnervingly believable and you’re never quite sure if what you’re seeing are simply tourist attraction theatrics, friends messing with each other, or something far more ghoulish.

With creepy, unsettling moments scattered throughout, build to a tense and terrifying climax, The Houses Of Halloween is a haunting entry in the history found-footage horror.


Add The Houses Of Halloween to your Halloween viewing list this year and order the new horror today from here.
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