Ahead of its theatrical release, Shout! Studios has revealed two new clips from their upcoming supernatural horror film CAMP COLD BROOK, which you can check out below. The film will be opening in select theaters, Digital, and be available On Demand everywhere on February 14, 2020.
Reality TV producer and host Jack Wilson (Chad Michael Murray, House Of Wax, “Riverdale”) finds himself in a tough spot when his show Haunt Squad is about to be cancelled. In a last-ditch effort to spark ratings, he and his producer Angela (Danielle Harris, Halloween, Halloween II) choose to film their next episode at the legendary CAMP COLD BROOK, which was host to a horrific incident when the young campers were drowned in a nearby creek 20 years ago. Their arrival begins like any other episode … but when this remote, backwoods camp begins to reveal its secrets, the TV crew find that they’ve gotten more than they bargained for.
The film stars Chad Michael Murray (House of Wax, “Riverdale”), Danielle Harris (Halloween, Hatchet II), and Courtney Gains (Children of the Corn, Back to the Future)
The film is directed by Andy Palmer (Badlands of Kain, The Funhouse Massacre) and written by Alex Carl (Reeves Road). It is produced by Warner Davis and Mark Alan. The Executive Producers are Joe Dante, Ben McConley, Jason Van Eman, David Van Eman, Ross Marroso, Michael Stott, Jason Young, and Gerald I Wolff.
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