Exclusive Images: Real Life Haunting at the Center of House at the End of the Drive
Here at Dread Central filmmakers often approach us with projects that were filmed at haunted locations. Rarely, though, does anyone offer up any real proof of strange things going on; and it's that very proof that has piqued our interest in House at the End of the Drive.
The film, directed by David Worth (The Man with the Screaming Brian), stars James Oliver (Our Fathers, Rescue Dawn), Angela Jones (Pulp Fiction), Jonathan Mangum (Raising Helen, The Bucket List), and Alison Raimondi (Club Dread), co-starring Jessica Szohr ("Gossip Girl") with a special guest appearance by Lance Henriksen (Aliens, Pumpkinhead, Near Dark).
The film is a part-fact/part-fiction story based on producer David Oman's experiences living in one of America's most haunted houses, which sits right down the drive from where the Manson Family murders took place 43 years ago. Sound interesting? You bet it does. Check out a few exclusive images from the flick along with some captured photographic evidence and several videos including a piece done on the home via the TV series "EXTRA" below.
Can a 36-year-old mass-murder haunt four people enough to rip open a doorway to the past and catapult them back in time to the night of one of Hollywood’s most horrible ritual slayings?
The chatter of a quiet dinner party in posh Oxford Canyon is rudely interrupted as the real truths are set on the table. Fact and fiction intertwine as the couples talk of ghosts and spirits from beyond, which prompts them to take steps that will alter that night and their lives forever.
Inspired by true events that shocked the world and to this day still frighten people everywhere, the film was shot on location on the infamous Cielo Drive a stone's throw away from the site of the Manson/Tate murders.
Supernatural forces from the past transport the dinner guests through time -- back to the night of the original killings. In a cruel twist of fate, they materialize as the soon-to-be victims of the massacre they had been discussing only minutes earlier. Is the knowledge of the future enough to shield them from the horrors of the “helter skelter” mayhem from the past? Can careful plotting overpower the invasion by the most infamous family of mass murderers? Surely, yesterday is finally over. Only time will tell, as the visitors from the house at the end of the drive are swept into a hellstorm of dark forces and fury almost beyond belief.
Which is scarier: the past or the present? Sometimes there is no difference!
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