Set against the aftermath of World War I, this epic German horror film tells the story of a young doctor and his aging professor as they are sent on a mission to examine a plague infestation in the German town of Flensburg. In order to reach their destination, they must cross through the land of phantoms; a place often heard of in children's bedtime tales and in haunted legends. What they will uncover in this mysterious place is taken directly from the darkest imaginings of the human mind. Written by
Did You Know?
The film's director, Matthew Charles Hall
, is the great grand nephew to legendary Hollywood art director Charles D. Hall
, a two time Oscar nominee and the art director of such horror classics as the Universal's original Dracula, Frankenstein, The Bride of Frankenstein, The Man Who Laughs, The Cat and the Canary, and The Old Dark House. Matthew Charles Hall had seen these horror films and was inspired to make his own Gothic film entitled In the Land of Phantoms. Hall utilized the same aesthetic feel that his great grand uncle had incorporated into the old Hollywood Gothic classics of yesteryear. The film is dedicated to the memory of Charles D. Hall. See more