Some early casting news has come in for Mac Carter’s upcoming spookfest, Haunt, and we’ve got the skinny for you right here pertaining to just who’ll be having some cinematic chills sent down their spines.
According to Deadline, Harrison Gilbertson will star in Haunt, the Mac Carter-directed horror film that is set to begin production next month. In the flick Gilbertson will play Ethan, an introverted teen that makes friends with his new neighbor. As the duo becomes romantically involved, they also begin to explore the haunted house Ethan’s family has unknowingly just moved into and discover a terrifying alternative dimension.
ED International has committed to produce, finance, and handle international sales for Haunt, an original horror film that commercials director Mac Carter will direct from a script by Andrew Barrer (Die in a Gunfight). Haunt will be produced by Sasha Shapiro, Anton Lessine, Bill Block, Paul Hanson, Steven Schneider, and Will Rowbotham. Production starts in November.
“With Haunt, Andrew Barrer has added a terrifying new chapter to the supernatural horror genre and delivered a riveting story that will truly satisfy a global audience,” said QED International CEO Bill Block. “Innovative, highly commercial genre films are a hallmark of QED, and we look forward to working with Andrew and Mac to continue that success.”
A family moves into a new home with a dark past. When their son becomes involved with the beautiful girl-next-door and together they begin to explore their sexual awakening, they unwittingly invoke an alternative dimension of the house.
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