Updated with full specs on each film’s release and the cover art! Lionsgate Home Entertainment has revealed early details on the next wave of Ghost House Underground titles — and it’s good! DVD and Blu-ray (!) releases of Seventh Moon (from the co-director of The Blair Witch Project), The Thaw (starring Val Kilmer in a very X-Files-esque terror tale), Offspring (the latest Jack Ketchum adaptation), and The Children (hands down one of the best films of the year) will each be available to own on October 6th. No other details were revealed, but DVD Active has your first look at the cover art.
Director Eduardo Sanchez, winner of the 1999 Cannes Film Festival Award of Youth for The Blair Witch Project, “returns with a brilliantly conceived and executed supernatural thriller” (Fantastic Fest). According to an ancient Chinese myth, on the full moon of the seventh lunar month, the gates of hell open and the dead are freed to roam among the living. While honeymooning in China, a young newlywed couple takes part in a sacred event that honors these spirits. Unfortunately their enthusiasm borders on mockery and their disagreeable charm ends in angry glances among the locals. As night falls, their tour guide abandons them in a desolate field. What they thought was a joke is becoming far too real as they fight to survive the night of the Seventh Moon.
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