“Ghost House” Trailer Show’s The Importance Of Respect

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Vertical Entertainment released a news trailer for the horror/thriller ‘Ghost House’ Wednesday. Watch with the lights on!

“Young couple, Jim and Julie, are vacationing in Thailand. While there Julie falls in love with photographing small shrines called“Ghost Houses” that are believed to give spirits shelter and comfort. A couple of British travelers take them into the countryside with the promise of showing Jim and Julie a ghost house graveyard where many of the shrines are discarded. After leaving the graveyard with a souvenir, Julie is increasingly plagued by visits from a malevolent spirit that threatens both her sanity and her life. After Julie is literally frozen in a state of terror, Jim must find a way to lift the curse before he loses Julie to the ghost world forever.”

Thailand was the setting for one of this years most disturbing horror’s “Who’s Watching Oliver.” In Vertical Entertainment’s new horror “Ghost House”, viewers will be getting a return trip to the country.

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In “Ghost House”, Scream Queen in the making Scout Taylor Compton (Halloween 1 & 2) will have to survive an ancient Thai evil. As the trailer shows Scout will accidentally upset ancient spirits and be forced to endure their wrath.  Will she survive or is she doomed to meet a bloody end?

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With a solid soundtrack and a some jump scares the trailer certainly set’s the tone for the movie. Using Thailand’s natural beauty and lore “Ghost House” promises to be a hell of a ride.

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Vertical Entertainment will release the film to theaters on August 25th. Joining Scout Taylor-Compton will be James Landry Hebert (Westworld, Agent Carter), Mark Boone Junior, (Son’s Of Anarchy, Momento). Not to mention rising star Russell Geoffrey Banks, who is no stranger to Thailand.

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“Ghost House” is directed by Rich Ragsdale, written Kevin O’Sullivan and Jason Chase Tyrrell. Follow the film via their Facebook page and make sure to check back soon. We’ve got some interviews with the cast coming this way!

Are you excited about the movie? How many times did you jump during the trailer? Let us know in the comments below. 


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Jamesey Lefebure
A Scotsman living in Liverpool who spends far too much time with his head in a horror book. Stephen Kings 2nd biggest fan and Wonder Woman enthusiast, I'm always happy to talk horror in any format, comics or cheesy TV.


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