Vega Baby Releasing will be releasing Petr Jakl‘s Ghoul (2015) on VOD and DVD this upcoming June 23, 2015. Although it may not be a spectacular film, I definitely want to see it. A supernatural cannibal horror movie that also looks to jump into the serial killer Andrei Chikatilo‘s world sounds very interesting. Cast in the horror film are Jennifer Armour, Alina Golovlyova and Jeremy Isabella,
From the Press Release:
Vega Baby Releasing has announced today that the film GHOUL will be available on VOD and DVD starting June 23, 2015. After filming in the Ukraine, the frightening flick opened #1 in the Czech Republic and went on to become the highest grossing horror movie in Czech history, followed up by a limited U.S. theatrical release in March.
GHOUL is a supernatural horror film involving the real life story of the Soviet Union’s most violent serial killer, Andrei Chikatilo. Three Americans travel to the Ukraine to film a documentary about the cannibalism epidemic that swept through the country during the famine of 1932. After being lured deep into the Ukraine forest for an interview with one of the last known survivors, they quickly find themselves trapped in a supernatural hunting ground.
GHOUL was written and directed by Petr Jakl and produced by J.B.J. Film. Rob Cohen (director, THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS), Joe Lynch (director, EVERLY), and Luke Rivett are executive producers. Nancy Bishop and Frantisek Vondracek served as co-producers.
Synopsis: Three American filmmakers become the targets of the evil spirit of the most violent cannibal in recorded history.
Directors: Petr Jákl
Genres: Horror, Thriller
Writers: Petr Bok, Petr Jákl
Producers: Kevin Bernhardt, Nancy Bishop, Steven J. Brown, Rob Cohen, Petr Jákl, Joe Lynch, Astrid J. Montgomery, Gia Noortas, Luke Rivett, Bill Sweitzer, Viktor Vilhelm, Frantisek Vondracek, J. David Williams
Editors: Matous Outrata
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