Tonight, Syfy presents the frightening premiere of Chiller's latest original movie, Dead Souls.
Dead Souls, starring Jesse James (The Amityville Horror, The Flyboys) and Magda Apanowicz (The Butterfly Effect, Caprica), tells the horrific tale of deceased spirits seeking to complete an unfulfilled familial sacrifice eighteen years after it began. Jesse James as "Johnny" inherits a long-abandoned farm in Maine that, upon his return, reaps a hearty harvest of fear and death. Magda Apanowicz fans will be pleased by her provocative performance which greatly adds to the film's overall intensity.
Contributing to the mayhem are co-stars Noah Fleiss (Brick), Jaiden Kaine (Hellbenders), Geraldine Hughes (Rocky Balboa, Gran Torino) and horror fan-fave Bill Moseley (The Devil's Rejects, House of 1,000 Corpses). This creepy scarer is effectively adapted from the Michael Laimo novel by screenwriter John Doolan (Remains, Alien Opponent) once again teaming with director Colin Theys (Remains, Alien Opponent) and is lethally produced by Andrew Gernhard and Zach O’Brien for Synthetic Cinema International.
Tune in tonight @ 9/8c as Dead Souls becomes the most recent bloody installment in Syfy's "31 Days of Halloween." Check-in to GetGlue now and tonight to unlock various stickers including a Coming Soon offering (available for screening the trailer also viewable below) as well as a couple circles for the Premiere and its Aftermath (if you manage to escape with your life).
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