Terror Films Unleashes Art And Trailer Ahead of ‘The Followers” Halloween Arrival

Ahead of Terror Films release of the indie horror film The Follower on digital platforms they have unleashed both the poster and the official trailer.

From the Press Release:

LOS ANGELES, CA (October 30, 2017): As the Halloween season nears, Terror Films continues to unleash a series of critically acclaimed, indie horror titles. Their latest release is the haunted house thriller THE FOLLOWER! THE FOLLOWER releases onto digital platforms just in time for Halloween (Tuesday, October 31st). As well, Terror Films is releasing a first look at the ghostly official poster and trailer, today. The story centers around Internet video blogger David Baker (Nicolas Shake). Baker is invited by an eccentric and lonely woman to investigate supernatural occurrences in her home. She instructs him that he is free to film everywhere except for her grandmother’s room, upstairs. At first, he sees nothing. However, things take a supernatural turn as he slowly discovers that things aren’t what they seem. Even more disturbing, something may very well want to follow him out of this very haunted locale.

THE FOLLOWER hosts a small cast and crew; also, it was nominated for several awards. Nicolas Shake and Chloé Dumas centrally star. And, the film was directed by Kevin Mendiboure (“The Photographer,” 2017). As well, THE FOLLOWER was nominated for “Best International Film,” “Best Thriller” and “Best Editing” at the 2017 FANtastic Horror Film Festival, in San Diego.

In their ongoing effort to bring the best and most diverse indie horror content to the masses, Terror Films will release this film across multiple digital platforms. Platforms hosting the release include: iTunes, Amazon Instant/Prime, Vudu, Google Play/YouTube, X-Box Live and many others.  The release begins with North America and will be followed by a worldwide digital release through iFlix.  

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