Release Date: April 13, 2012 (TV) Network: Chiller Director: Gregory Wilson Screenwriter: William M. Miller Starring: Nolan Gould, Mattie Liptak, Zach Rand, Andrea Frankle, Crystal Rivers, Brett Lapeyrouse, Tim Bell Genre: Horror Trailer:
Centers on a group of friends who risk their lives to stop who, or what, is behind a rash of disappearances in their town.
The Chiller original movie which premiered earlier this year, Ghoul, is going to make its DVD/digital download debut from Image Entertainment January 8th.
Directed by Gregory Wilson (The Girl Next Door), the film stars Nolan Gould (Modern Family), Andrea Frankle, Mattie Liptak, Glen Warner, Zach Rand Brett Lapeyrouse and Barry Corbin.
Something ghastly haunts Golgotha Cemetery – an entity of unspeakable evil…and insatiable hunger. It is the summer of 1984, a time that should be full of lazy, carefree days for 12-year-old Timmy (Gould) and his two best friends, Doug and Barry. But when a teenaged couple goes missing among the gravestones of the local cemetery, the bloodcurdling legend of a horrific ghoul begins to seem more like reality than myth. As the body count rises, Timmy and his friends are forced to confront their worst fears when they unearth long-buried secrets and unleash not only their personal demons…but also the one lurking underground!
Chiller TV’s second original horror movie, Ghoul, is making its way to television on April 13th after its premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival last month. The channel has revealed a trailer, which you’ll find after the jump.
An adaptation of Brian Keene’s novel, the story Centers on a group of friends who risk their lives to stop who, or what, is behind a rash of disappearances in their town.
Modern Family’s Nolan Gould stars alongside Mattie Liptak, Zach Rand, Andrea Frankle, Crystal Rivers, Brett Lapeyrouse and Tim Bell.
Chiller continues its push for more original feature films, ordering up a new title based on the work of author Michael Laimo. The network is developing a made-for-TV feature adaptation of the writer’s novel Dead Souls.
Last month, Chiller premiered the first of its original productions, Remains, a zombie film based on the graphic novel by Steve Niles. The second Chiller outing, Ghoul, an andaptation of a Brian Keene novel, is now ready for the spotlight and a premiere date has been set. But not on television.
Slamdance, the film festival that operates just up the street from the Sundance Film Festival, will hold a one-time screening of Ghoul on Sunday, January 22 at 4pm (event page here). A television debut date has not been set at the time of this writing.