Maxim Media and Brain Damage Films Encounter a Deadly Presence
Somebody really needs to start spreading the word to attractive young people that spending the night in a haunted house is a bad idea. They've gone and done it again in Deadly Presence, which just found itself a distributor!
From the Press Release
Maxim Media International, a worldwide distributor of independent horror films, has acquired Deadly Presence for worldwide distribution. Plans are under way to release the film on DVD and Video On Demand with the North America imprint Brain Damage Films. Official artwork and release dates are coming soon!
Originally titled Unhallowed Bond, Deadly Presence is the latest feature from Masked Films, who produced the 2011 hit The Mutilation Man. They have ventured away from shocking gore this time to focus on the more haunting effects of the horror genre. The Cole Brothers have focused this new project on character development and mystery with an old school feel. Fans of the environmental fear effect similar to House of the Devil will find a lot to love here.
Andie, Candace and Julie were looking for a night of fun when they decided to stay at the Stanton House, a place rumored to be haunted. Several months later Andie receives a phone call from Candace inviting her over to catch up. When Andie arrives at her apartment, she can't help but notice Candace's strange behavior and decides to stay the night. The following morning Andie wakes up to find a journal and video from Candace and soon after discovers her dead in the bathtub.
After viewing the video, Andie stays another night at the apartment upon Candace's request. Unsure of what to do, Andie tries seeking answers in the journal that Candace left behind. Andie realizes that Candace’s strange behavior started just days following their stay at the Stanton House. Is the place really haunted? Andie soon finds out for herself...
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