A young woman must save herself and her family when her fiancé unleashes an ancient horror in writer-director Joshua Kennedy‘s House of the Gorgon.
Starring Caroline Munro, Martine Beswicke, Veronica Carlson and Christopher Neame, the movie was filmed in the vein of the classic Hammer and Universal films of yesteryear.
“The year is 1896 and the lovely Isobel Banning travels with her mother Anna to the village of Carlstadt to marry her university sweetheart Dr. Julian Pritchard. Along their journey, they meet the mysterious Father Llewellyn, the local priest, who refuses to explain why the villagers appear to be in a state of mortal fear… as if the town is hiding a terrible secret.
Frightened and confused, Isobel and Anna readily accept an invitation from Dr. Pritchard to stay with him and his aunt, the Baroness Bartov, in their large chateau overlooking the town… unaware of the ancient horror that lies within.”
House of the Gorgon is set to arrive next year, from Gooey Films. Follow the film on Facebook for regular updates and more.
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