Update: Due to an unexpected technical problem (no, the Super-8 projector didn’t break, smartasses), the world premiere of House on Ghost Hill Road needs to be postponed. A new date will be announced soon.
House on Ghost Hill Road is the tale of paranormal investigators who go to the legendary “house on Ghost Hill Road” in search of paranormal adventures, but end up finding an evil more horrific than they could have ever imagined. It is the second feature from Doug Bush and his team at I Am Horror, a Binghamton-area production company.
Their first film, Demon Messenger, explored what would happen if you combined the fracking industry with the horror genre. The answer is mayhem and death. But enough of real life. In the movie it unleashes a violent monster that has no limit to its blood lust. The film won awards at the Buffalo Screams and Scare-A-Con festivals for Best Make-Up Special FX, and make-up artist Kendra Baker is back for House on Ghost Hill Road, where she tops herself in terrific terror effects.
Police Gazette columnist Paul Juser, who starred in Demon Messenger, is back for Ghost Hill Road. But as an added bonus, Police Gazette fans get the Gazette’s own editor-in-chief William A. Mays in a scene-stealing role. Mr. Mays is a theater and movie veteran, and here dusts off his chops for a key moment in the film. It’s practically “climactic!”
House on Ghost Hill Road gets its official premiere October 16th at 6:30pm at SUNY-Broome’s Titchener Hall Theater, T-102, with additional showings that day at 8:45pm and October 17th at 6:30 and 8:45. Be there or be vivisected!