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The Scarehouse: Gavin Michael Booth's Haunted House Flick, Now on Blu-ray

Our friends at Parade Deck Films were patiently waiting for me to return from Fantasia this past weekend so I could share their announcement of the release of Gavin Michael Booth's 2014 horror flick The Scarehouse on Blu-ray in North America. The Scarehouse on BluRay The Scarehouse; a film shot entirely inside a working Haunted House attraction, is now available in North American on BluRay via Amazon. The Scarehouse was Best Feature at the New York City Film Festival and has enjoyed limited theatrical in various international markets. The Blu-ray features never before scene features and a commentary track. To celebrate the release, a bonus feature is being released. This “Clapboard Remix” is a unique behind the scenes look at the film...

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Christmas in June! A Horror Pack Review

*full disclosure: a one-month Blu-ray package was mailed for this review. Horror Pack is a DVD and Blu-ray subscription service. Based out of Athens, Georgia, this subscription service mails out a quad' group of selected movies, every month. This horror fan received a package this week. And, this article will mention some of the latest goodies, coming from Horror Pack. Most of the arrivals were great, but a couple were less than stellar. Overall, this is a fun service that horror fans should check out. Horror Pack chooses four DVDs or Blu-rays to mail each month. Some of the upcoming titles include: the Soska Sisters' American Mary (2012), Frank Henenlotter's Basket Case (1982), Rise of the Zombies (2012), The Unborn (2009) and many more. In this reviewer's package, there was: Killer Pinata (2015), Deathgasm (2015), Children of Corn: Genesis (2011) and Gavin Michael Booth's Scarehouse (2014). This horror fan was excited to see this later title
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World’s first live horror film Fifteen Broadcasts

World’s first live horror film Fifteen Broadcasts

Fifteen” is the world’s first live horror film. Broadcast using Twitter’s Periscope app’ on October 29th, 2015, the short film had its debut in front of thousands of horror fans. Completely live, the idea for the film was developed by director Michael Gavin Booth (The Scarehouse) and Ryan Turek (Blumhouse Productions). The live film went ...

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Fifteen Produces Real Terror for Some Viewers

Tagline: “Not Watching Might Kill You” "Fifteen" debuted on the Periscope App', this past October 29th. The film was shot live, by the actors. A short film, "Fifteen" involves a pre-Halloween party and a serial killer. The film starred Neil Napier ("Helix"), Sarah Booth and Hannah Kat Jones. The film was developed from a script by Gavin Michael Booth (The Scarehouse). And, the full film is available here. From the synopsis, two roommates are getting ready for a Halloween party. But, there is an unexpected masked guest. Holding his phone and the Periscope App', this killer films his misdeeds, until he finds out that this is the wrong house to mess with. The full film is approximately 20 minutes long. The camera switches hands a couple times as the killer stalks his prey. The original broadcast included thousands of horror viewers, with some believing the film was actually real. Fans
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The Scarehouse Offers Free Surgery in this "Diy Boob Job" Clip

Director Gavin Michael Booth has released a disturbing clip for horror feature The Scarehouse. The clip, titled "Diy Boob Job," is very Nsfw and involves a young woman tortured and eviscerated. A tale of revenge, The Scarehouse follows two sorority sisters as they turn on their former friends. This title has just been released through video-on-demand and the film has been reviewed here: The Scarehouse Reviewed on 28Dla. Fans of horror can view the bloody clip below. As well, The Scarehouse will release on DVD in February. The release will host plenty of scares and the film is recommended to indie horror fans. More details on the film are hosted below. Release Date: January 13th, 2015 (VOD) and February 17th, 2015 (DVD). Director: Gavin Michael Booth. Writer: Gavin Michael Booth and Sarah Booth. Cast: Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Katherine Barrell, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo, Dani Barker, Ivana Stojanovic and Jennifer Miller. The
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The Scarehouse Cast Members Get Pranked; New Stills and Clips

Last week Gavin Michael Booth’s terrifying horror feature The Scarehouse (review) debuted in the U.S. and Canada through VOD (all major providers), iTunes, and other digital outlets such as Sony PlayStation, Microsoft Xbox, and many more so the film that… Continue Reading →

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‘The Scarehouse’ Review

Stars: Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Katherine Barrell, Jennifer Miller, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo, Dani Barker, Ivana Stojanovic, Brad Everett, Jack Ettlinger, Alex Harrouch, Jonathan Dubsky, Sean Kaufmann, Tanya Bevan, Scott Cavalheiro | Written and Directed by Gavin Michael Booth

The Scarehouse is a solid contained horror film mixed with found footage when away from the main location. Production values are good and performances are commendable when it comes to the “why are you doing this to me?” scenes. Most impressive of all is Jennifer Miller (as sorority sister – Lisa Jenning). She can certainly throw a punch or two and proves to be an ongoing thorn in the side of our anti-heroes Corey and Elaina.

The movie opens up with handheld footage of a group of loud-mouthed, college sorority sisters dressed in their underwear getting ready for a night of initiation with their two newbies. None of these people prove themselves to be likeable.
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The Scarehouse Is Scaring Up Acclaim Quickly [Trailer]

The world premiere of writer/director Gavin Michael Booth's new horror feature The Scarehouse was held back in October of 2014 in Windsor, Ontario, and since then the film has been released wide to some acclaim. The film won “Best Feature” at the New York City Horror Film Festival and indie horror fans have been raving on social media sites.

But while they know a thing or two about scaring folks, the makers of The Scarehouse also know how to have fun.

Just prior to the premier event, Booth pranked his cast by having their limo detour to Scarehouse Windsor, an actual haunted house attraction, which is showcased in the film. The cast were not allowed to attend the world premiere until each one was put through a hair-raising time as they screamed their way through t [Continued ...]
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Indie Spotlight: Tales of Poe, Ninjas vs Monsters, Zombie With a Shotgun

We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a trailer for Bloodsucking Bastards, Phantasmagoria, and The Scarehouse, The Boston Horror Show lineup for 2015, Zombie with a Shotgun episode details, a Q&A with Ninjas vs Monsters director, Justin Timpane, and much more:

Bloodsucking Bastards Trailer and Premiere Details: “An Office Space meets Shaun of the Dead action-packed vampire comedy, Bloodsucking Bastards stars Fran Kranz as Evan Sanders, a dutiful and overworked employee stuck at a soul-killing corporation with his beautiful co-worker and girlfriend Amanda (Emma Fitzpatrick) and his slacker best friend Tim (Joey Kern). Evan’s world begins to crumble when Amanda dumps him and his boss Ted (Joel Murray) hands his coveted promotion to his nemesis Max (Pedro Pascal). When his officemates start going through disturbing changes and bodies begin to pile up, Evan must
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The Scarehouse Cast is Pranked in an Actual Haunted House Attraction in this Movie Clip

Director Gavin Michael Booth's The Scarehouse has just released through Video-on-demand (Jan. 13th). This tale of revenge focuses on two sorority sisters. They have turned on their sisterhood, in a bloody fashion. A review of this film has already been posted here: A The Scarehouse Review on 28Dla. As well, to celebrate the film's release, Booth has released a new Prank Video. The clip shows the cast subjected to the Scarehouse Windsor. This real life haunted house attraction hosts a number of terrors, with the cast pushed to their limits. The short video is quite humourous and available here. Also, The Scarehouse is moving closer towards a DVD release date. A DVD release date will be announced shortly and posted here, once available. Release Date: January 13th, 2015 (VOD). Director: Gavin Michael Booth. Writer: Gavin Michael Booth and Sarah Booth. Cast: Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Katherine Barrell, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo,
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The Scarehouse Pulls Back the Curtain with this Clip Titled "Our Little Sisterhood"

Gavin Michael Booth's The Scarehouse will have its Toronto Premiere in December. The film will play for two nights, on Dec. 1st and Dec. 2nd. Canadian fans of indie horror are invited to take a look, with the film receiving high praise here (The Scarehouse Review on 28Dla). Most recently, a movie clip has been released for the film. The clip is titled "Our Little Sisterhood" and the reel is hosted here. In the short sequence, two sorority sisters take revenge on another. They torture and humiliate a confined young woman. Will this encounter lead to murder? This film was shot in Windsor, Ontario. And, the film involves a night of partying, which leads to tragedy. Revenge is chosen by two of the survivors as seen below. Fans of horror are encouraged to seek this title out as it shows in Toronto and several more upcoming locations. Release Date: December 1st,
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The Scarehouse Hosts a Night of Torture and Revenge: A Movie Review

*full disclosure: an online screener of this film was provided by D Films. Director: Gavin Michael Booth. Writers: Gavin Michael Booth and Sarah Booth. Cast: Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray and Katherine Barrell. The Scarehouse is a Canadian film from director and writer Gavin Michael Booth (To Hell, with Love). To be released in 2015, The Scarehouse involves a group of sorority sisters and a night of hazing gone very wrong. But, when does hazing ever go right? Elaina (Kimberly-Sue Murray) and Corey (Sarah Booth) are the new recruits and their task involves a lot of drinking and drugging. Their plan goes a little too far. Jail time serves to stir up their feelings of resentment, between the sorority sisters. A tale of revenge and torture, The Scarehouse offers a lot of horror during its female focused runtime. The film begins simply enough. A group of girls get dressed up for a night on the town.
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First trailer and images from ‘The Scarehouse’

Director and writer Gavin Michael Booth has released the first trailer for The Scarehouse, a bloody tale of revenge in a trap filled haunted house which hosts dark revelations. A Mimetic Entertainment and a Named Viking Entertainment production, The Scarehouse will host its World Premiere in Windsor, Ontario, the city in which the film was shot. The premiere takes place inside an existing Halloween Haunted House attraction. The film will be released across North America in select theatres on October 5th, and through Video-on-demand platforms on October 21st.

In the film, two friends take revenge on their former sorority sisters. Rejected, characters Corey (Sarah Booth) and Elaina (Kimberly-Sue Murray) have set-up an elaborate haunted house attraction – The Scarehouse. Inside, they will stalk their prey, awaiting the opportunity to confront the six sisters, while revealing a troublesome past. Do Corey and Elaina have what it takes to mastermind their assault? Do
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Gavin Michael Booth's The Scarehouse Has a Tale of Terror to Tell: First Trailer

Director Gavin Michael Booth has just released the first trailer for The Scarehouse. The Scarehouse involves a group of sorority sisters and a duo's desire for revenge. The clip shows two former sisters: Corey (Sarah Booth) and Elaina (Kimberly-Sue Murray) plotting something tortuous. The trailer also shows a dark interior setting, which is an actual Haunted Halloween attraction. As well, The Scarehouse stars: Katherine Barrell, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo and Dani Barker. The trailer awaits below. For more on the story, Corey and Elaina believe they have been rejected by their sorority house. Now, they have planned an elaborate revenge, which takes place on Devil's Night. They lure their former sisters in a haunted Halloween attraction, The Scarehouse! Here, the sisters will get their comeuppance. Will anyone live to tell their tale? Also, The Scarehouse will begin to release in October. The film is slated for a World Premiere in Windsor,
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The Scarehouse – 6 Sisters Set out For Revenge

Director and writer Gavin Michael Booth is releasing the first trailer for The Scarehouse to fans. The clip features a primarily female cast and a bloody tale of revenge. As well, a trap filled haunted house hosts dark revelations. A Mimetic Entertainment and a Named Viking Entertainment production, The Scarehouse is set to thrill audiences, in select theatres and through Video-on-demand.

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Here’s the Official Trailer for The Scarehouse

The trailer for The Scarehouse made its debut today in anticipation of it's October 21st VOD/itunes release from Universal.

The film follows two former sorority girls, Corey and Elaina, who set up a Halloween fun house on Devil’s Night for the local college crowd. When the scaring commences their motivations are revealed to be far more sinister as the fun house is bait for a more specific prey: their six former sorority classmates. Once lured inside, their collective history is unraveled as the pair inflicts a terrifying brand of sisterhood.

Sarah Booth, Kimberley-Sue Murray and Dani Baker star in this Gavin Michael Booth-directed production.

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The Scarehouse Hosts a Couple of Torture Devices in these Two Movie Clips

Director Gavin Michael Booth has released two clips for his upcoming film The Scarehouse. This film, which was shot in Windsor, Ontario, involves a group of sorority sisters and revenge. This film has recently been completed. D Films will distribute this title in Canada and the film will have its World Premiere in Windsor, this October 5th. The two clips, titled "I Can Still See Some Fat" and "Try More Clothes" are below. This tale of revenge begins with six sorority sisters. These friends show up at a haunted attraction, which is being run by a couple of their former club members. And, this attraction has been rigged - for murder! Understandably, this film has a large female cast. The cast includes a few regulars of the horror genre. The film stars Sarah Booth (Deadfall) and Kimberly-Sue Murray (The Colony). As well, Dani Barker and Teagan Vincze star. Fans of
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Fantasia Announces 2014 Off-Frontieres Film Market Selections

Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival, widely acclaimed as one of the largest and most influential genre film festivals in the world, has just announced the Off-Frontières selections of the fourth edition of its Frontières International Co-Production Market.

Read on for a complete listing of all the titles being pitched at the event!

From the Press Release

Following the selection of the official Frontières line-up of film projects for the Frontières International Co-Production Market, another 12 projects have been chosen for the return of the Off-Frontières selection, for the market’s 4th edition.

The Off-Frontières projects line-up features a predominance of Canadian projects, complemented by projects from American, Mexican, Irish, British, French, German and Australian directors and producers. Highlights include the next features by Dario Argento (Suspiria) and by Jacob Tierney (The Trotsky), as well as follow-up features by Fantasia alumni Rob Grant (Mon Ami), Pat Kiely (Who Is Kk Downey?), Kerry Prior
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FRONTIÈRES International Co-Production Market Unveils 4th Edition

FRONTIÈRES International Co-Production Market has announced it’s official selection for it’s return to this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival. Frontieres is the first and only co-production market to connect North America and Europe in an environment focused specifically on genre film production. The initiative began in 2012 with 14 projects selected including works by Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson (Resolution), Stuart Gordon (Re-Animator) and Bruce McDonald (Pontypool). This fourth edition will bring together 12 projects hailing from Canada, Germany, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Portugal, the UK and the United-States.

Frontieres will take place from July 24th to 27th. This group of filmmakers in particular presents a high volume of fresh filmmakers, many of whom will be presenting their debut feature length films. This is rounded off by a handful of internationally known filmmakers.

The official Frontières selection of Frontières @ Fantasia 2014 consists of the following projects:

Dead Noon (Luxembourg)

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Fantasia Announces 2014 Frontieres Film Market Projects

Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival, widely acclaimed as one of the largest and most influential genre film festivals in the world, has just announced the official selections of the fourth edition of its Frontières International Co-Production Market.

Read on for a complete listing of all the titles being pitched at the event!

From the Press Release

Montreal, Thursday May 15, 2014 – Just over a month after its first European edition in Brussels, the Frontières International Co-Production Market has selected the official line-up of Frontières projects for its 4th edition.

For its return to Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival, from July 24 to 27, 12 Frontières projects have been selected, hailing from Canada, Germany, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Portugal, the UK and the United-States.

This project selection boasts a higher-than-usual concentration of fresh talents, many of them presenting first feature film projects after many award-winning shorts, or second features following debuts that traveled extensively on the festival circuit.
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