Here’s a trailer for a new horror thriller coming out with the title Lockdown Hauntings, and it was shot during the pandemic. I personally am not a big fan of these movies that take place during the pandemic; they just do not interest me. But maybe some of you will like what you see in this trailer for Lockdown Hauntings.
The story focuses on a notorious serial killer who is back from the dead and “creates chaos in an unprecedented way. As young women throughout the city are targeted, paranormal experts and detectives are tasked with gathering the mystery and figuring out how to stop a murderer who is already dead. ”
The film was directed by Howard J. Ford, and it was shot during the first British COVID-19 lockdown, and this is the information that has been shared.
From the director of the award-winning and critically acclaimed genre hit The Dead and The Dead 2, India and the national film award winner ‘Never Let Go’, comes a heartbreaking journey through Lockdown in ‘The Lockdown Hauntings’. Seen and recorded in the first British lockdown due to coronavirus, this film promises to take the audience back on a journey through Lockdown, but this time with a notorious serial killer ghost around every corner!
I do not know why anyone in their right mind would and should return on a journey through lockdown! But if that’s how they want to market it, then so be it.
The film plays a horror legend Tony Todd together with Angela Dixon, Heather Peace, Jon Campling, Sarah-Jane Potts, Justin Hayward, Tiffany Hannam-Daniels, and Jessica Millson. The film will be released on-Demand and DVD on November 16, 2021.
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