Horror film distributor Terror Films has revealed its 2016 slate, which includes the horror anthology Patient Seven, a documentary on the making of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary, a horrifying town in the country of Georgia called Landmine Goes Click, and three paranormal movies, according to TheWrap.
Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary is an indie documentary about both the film and the book Pet Sematary and includes interviews with the director and cast, the origins of the story, never-before-seen footage from the set in Maine, and the legacy and cult following the film established.
Patient Seven is a horror anthology film that follows seven patients in a mental hospital.
The House on Pine Street, which made our list of the best horror movies of 2015, along with House of Purgatory and the docu-style film Hell House LLC are three haunted house movies that will be distributed by Terror Films.
Joe Dain, Terror Films’ production executive, had this to say about the company’s growth: “First, we only distribute horror films. Secondly, we are only releasing about 7 to 10 titles per year. By doing so, it gives us a real opportunity to truly support each film before we take it to the market. That support includes a guaranteed marketing commitment for every film. We are building a brand, we are not simply trying to flood the market with more horror content.”
The Terror Films genre label also attends and sponsors horror film festivals, including Screamfest, Fear Fete, Telluride Horror Show and the Atlanta and New Orleans Horror Film Festivals.
Terror Films intends to start with a limited theatrical release for Patient Seven, which is scheduled to premiere in mid 2016.