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Brain Damage Films Shines the Ghostlight on Your Home Video CollectionAfter creeping us out with the 2012 short film Morella, Jeff Ferrell sets out to do the same with the feature length Ghostlight, which begins its home video haunt this summer. Read on for all the spooky details and to check out the cover art!

Written, directed, edited, and produced by Ferrell, the indie flick stars Brian Sutherland, Lisa Coronado, Dennis Kleinsmith, Russell Hodgkinson, Eden Campbell, Ramona Freeborn, and David Crellin. Music is by Semih Tareen.

Look for Ghostlight on North American DVD and VOD June 3rd from Brain Damage Films.

Synopsis
Andrew wins a radio contest to spend one night alone in a haunted theater on the 80th anniversary of the bloody murder/suicide that occurred within its walls. His prize: $50,000. His task: to spend 12 hours alone inside. The catch: The theater has been reportedly haunted ever since the tragedy 80 years ago and has been plagued by a series of mysterious deaths in the years since.

As Andrew is locked inside the theater for the night, the ghosts and secrets of its past begin to reveal themselves to him. Will he make it through the night to collect his prize? And will he get out before the murderous ghosts take hold of him forever?

Special Features

  • Audio commentary with writer/director Jeff Ferrell and actor Brian Sutherland
  • Sleepless: The Making of Ghostlight (75-minute behind-the-scenes documentary)
  • Edgar Allan Poe’s Morella: A short film by director Jeff Ferrell
  • Original trailers

    For more info visit the official Ghostlight website, “like” Ghostlight on Facebook, and follow Ghostlight on Twitter.

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