The Black Dahlia Haunting Finds a Home

Chris Savage

The Black Dahlia HauntingBrandon Slagle’s The Black Dahlia Haunting, looks set to totally deliver the goods, and thankfully it appears as if the film has finally found a home in the States as it has been picked up for U.S. distribution.

The film has been acquired by Origin Releasing for North American distribution with the film set to be released in stores, on VOD and other outlets as well in the third quarter of 2013.

If you want to get a taste of what to expect, check out the full official trailer below and wait ever patiently for its official release date, which hopefully shouldn’t be too long now.

The film  stars Devanny Pinn (Song of the Shattered, Nude Nuns with Big Guns), Britt Griffith (SyFy’s Ghosthunters), Noah Dahl (Bad Teacher), Alexis Iacono (The Penny Dreadful Picture Show), Cleve A Hall (SyFy’s Monster Man), Jessica Cameron (Silent Night), Sarah Nicklin (Beg) and Daniel Murawka (American Girls).

Synopsis: “The film follows a young woman, Holly (Pinn), why flies from New York City to Los Angeles to follow up on the murders of her abusive father and stepmother by her blind since childhood younger brother Tyler (Dahl). She soon encounters the psychiatrist assigned to treat Tyler, Dr. Owen (Griffith), who seems to have a special connection to a spirit Tyler claims speaks to him, Elizabeth Short – known in lore as THE BLACK DAHLIA (Iacono).

Consumed by vengeance, the spirit of the Dahlia has been playing mindgames with individuals who have experienced great pain in their lives, from Tyler, to Malcolm (Slagle) a man who can speak to the dead by touching objects that were of great importance to them, and now to Holly…”


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