4Digital Media has unveiled the official poster, trailer, and release date for the upcoming zombie horror film, THE CURSE OF HOBBES HOUSE. Make sure you check out the trailer below and let us know what you think!
After the death of her Aunt, Jane Dormant travels to the family’s remote, ancestral home hoping to receive a large inheritance. When Jane’s estranged, half-sister Jennifer arrives at Hobbes House to claim her part of the estate, the sisters’ simmering hate ignites. But then a violent, unexpected storm cuts the estate off from outside help and a wave of bloodthirsty zombies lays siege. Now the sisters have to learn how to fight back together.
THE CURSE OF HOBBES HOUSE stars Mhairi Calvey (Braveheart, Robert the Bruce), Makenna Guyler (David and Goliath, The Barge People), Waleed Elgadi (A Hologram of the King, Agatha and the Curse of Ishtar), and Kevin Leslie (The Rise of the Krays, The Facility).
Juliane Block (3 Lives, 8 Remains) directs, co-wrote, and produced the film. Wolf-Peter Arand (3 Lives, 8 Remains) co-wrote the screenplay and also produced the film. The film is executive produced by Malcolm Winter (Rise of the Appliances, Abduct) and Monika Gergelova (Checkmate, Fear the Invisible Man).
THE CURSE OF HOBBES HOUSE will be available on December 15, 2020, on Video On Demand, Digital HD on all leading platforms, and DVD.
About 4Digital Media
Formed in January 2007 by Tony Taglienti and Sally Wood, 4Digital Media Ltd (4DM) is an independent, highly commercial, all-rights UK-based distributor with direct distribution in the UK, USA, and Canada. 4DM offers a complete distribution framework, including all Home Entertainment routes: physical and digital distribution channels, TV sales as well as theatrical.
4Digital has a catalogue exceeding 400 titles, and a plethora of very successful past releases including: the highly acclaimed I Am Dragon feature from Russia, intense vigilante thriller, Rendel, William Shatner fan-favourite, The Tomb Devil’s Revenge, the haunting “Robert” series, the entire successful Canadian-based equestrian TV series, “Heartland”, Home Entertainment war genre favourite, The Warsaw Ghetto, children’s festive Northpole, superhero film Guardians, and veteran action hero, Steven Seagal’s Contract To Kill as well as the historical all-action film, Vlad The Impaler and festival-favourite, gruesomely terrifying Open 24 Hours.