Just because you don’t believe in ghosts doesn’t mean they don’t believe in you!
“Penny is a skeptic, despite the fact that she works as a tour guide at The Whaley House, considered America’s most haunted house. One night her friends convince her to let them into the famous museum to see if it is as haunted as everyone says it is, and they find much more than they bargained for.”
Writer/director Jose Prendes (Corpses Are Forever, A Magnificent Death from a Shattered Hand) is currently in pre-production on The Whaley House, a blood-soaked haunted house chiller like no other.
“It’s been a while since I’ve been behind the camera, so I am excited for the chance to make a really kick-ass haunted house movie,” says Prendes. “Like a lot of you, I appreciate a great ghost story, and I want to deliver the goods. I’m a huge fan of Poltergeist, which I consider to be the greatest haunted house movie ever. That movie manages to balance suspense and crazy balls-to-the-wall ghosts, and I want to follow that model. I see the film as ‘Scream’ in a haunted house, only with the over-the-top grisly joy of ‘Evil Dead.’ I want to deliver one hell of a movie night for horror fans the world over.”
Watch for more at the film’s official Facebook.
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