In a new trailer for XYZ’s upcoming horror-western hybrid film, Ghosts from the Ozarks, directors food glass and Jordan Wayne Long show us that even utopias are not perfect. The film will take the audience on a scary journey and make them guess reality to the last. Ghosts from the Ozarks is scheduled for release in select theaters, on demand and digital on February 3rd.
The film takes place in a small town buried deep in the Ozarks of Arkansas and takes place right after the events of the Civil War. Dr. James “Doc” McCune (Thomas Hobson), a curious and brave man, takes up residence in the city as the new doctor after receiving the suggestion from his uncle, Matthew (Phil Morris). At first, the village seems to be an idyllic place and, as Doc puts it, even more harmonious than towns in the north.
But his uncle has not told him the whole story. It turns out that the city is plagued by brutal and ruthless spirits that come out of the forest when the sun goes down. To ward off the intrusive ghosts, the citizens have built a high wooden wall around the perimeter, but how long can a wall hold back the unwanted ghosts? And what happens when the city’s obsession with their paranormal visitors grows? Chaos arises as the new doctor seeks to unravel the truth behind what lives in the forest.
Tara Perry appears in the film as Annie, and although the trailer does not give us background information about her character, we do know that Perry also acted as one of the film’s writers alongside Long and Sean Anthony Davis. No stranger to the horror genre, Angela Bettis also joins the cast Ghosts from the Ozarks as Lucille. Like Perry’s Annie, the trailer does not provide information about Lucille, but given Bettis’ enormous background in film, including the drama classic Girl, interrupted and psychological horror Able to, where she played the titular character, her talents will be much appreciated in the upcoming film. Guards series fans favorite Tim Blake Nelson assumes the role of Torb, a blind man who appears to have a connection to the ghosts. Rounding of the cast out is Scream the king himself, David Arquette like Douglas, who from what we can see from the trailer is quite scared of the ghosts.
Ghosts from the Ozark when the film hits select theaters, on demand and digitally on February 3rd. Watch the new trailer below:
The film, which is in the process of being shot, also stars Christina Hendricks.
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