NEWS UPDATE! Toronto, Ontario
The world premiere of writer/director Gavin Michael Booth’s terrifying horror feature "THE SCAREHOUSE" was held October 2014 in Windsor, Ontario
Just prior to the event, Mr. Booth pranked his cast by having their limo detour to Scarehouse Windsor, an actual haunted house attraction, which is showcased in the film. The cast were not allowed to attend the world premiere until each one was put through a hair-raising time as they screamed their way through the haunted hallways. The director recorded the cast’s terror for horror fans and you can enjoy their reaction here.
The Scarehouse debuted this past Tuesday, January 13, 2015 in the U.S. and Canada through Video-On-Demand (all major providers), iTunes and other digital outlets such as Sony Playstation, Microsoft X Box and many more. The film, which has been described as “innovative and original” - Horror Society, won “Best Feature” at the New York City Horror Film Festival and fans can view it now!
In the film, Corey (Sarah Booth) and Elaina (Kimberly-Sue Murray) have set up an elaborate haunted house attraction. They lure their former sorority sisters into The Scarehouse. Once there, these despicable women will receive some of their own malicious medicine. "Revenge truly is a bitch."
- Director: Gavin Michael Booth
- Writer: Gavin Michael Booth & Sarah Booth
- Cast: Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Katherine Barrell, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo, Dani Barker, Ivana Stojanovic and Jennifer Miller
- Official THE SCAREHOUSE YouTube channel
- THE SCAREHOUSE website
- THE SCAREHOUSE facebook fan page
- "Like" MIMETIC ENTERTAINMENT on facebook
- Official MIMETIC ENTERTAINMENT website
- Buy the movie on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1DOgmhM
- Also available on VOD in the US & Canada http://www.scarehousemovie.com
THE SCAREHOUSE was written and directed by Gavin Michael Booth
Video On Demand - CANADA
Bell, Rogers, Telus, Sasktel, MTS, Cogeco
Digital/Internet: Sony Playstation, Microsoft X Box, iTunes, Google Play
Video On Demand - USA
AT&T, Cablevision, Charter, Comcast, Cox, DirecTV, Dish, Time Warner, Verizon
Digital/Internet: iTunes, Amazon, Best Buy, Google Play, MGo, Microsoft X-Box, Target, Sony Playstation, Vudu
Songs In Video:
Emma-Lee - Shot In The Dark here
Liz Labelle - Party Monster here
- By: Jarrod Serre - A+ If you're a horror/comedy fan check it out. This director and writer know what they are doing.
- By: DJStratts - Great movie! I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. Not many movies where you hope the killers get more kills. This one I did. Great job by the cast and the producers. Can't wait for a sequel.
- By: FanBuphph - Looks effing great! Thoroughly enjoy this! Wicked performances, has a great old-school look, campy script, but a good time none.
HAUNTED HOUSE PRANK VIDEO
Actors Pranked At THE SCAREHOUSE World Premiere
The Director of the new Horror film The Scarehouse plays a prank
on the stars of the movie on their way to the World Premiere.
Mr. Booth has also released a Prank Video, to celebrate the film's release. The clip above shows the cast members, introduced to the film's actual haunted house attraction. The cast reluctantly participates in the event, which leads them to experience true terror.
The Scarehouse Prank Video Scream
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