Hello all, it’s been a while, a lot longer than I’d have liked it to have been. However, I return with news of a Kickstarter campaign for a great looking horror film titled ‘Inner Ghosts’. Brought to us by director João Alves and Paulo Leite, Inner Ghosts hopes to connect with the horror community and give something fresh and unique to look forward to.
Directly from their website, Inner Ghosts “is a horror film for horror fans who think they’ve seen it all.” I absolutely love this statement, because if we’re being honest, there are so many films released now that it gets so hard to digest them all – and really, we’re all looking for something new, something that shakes things up and crashes through our expectations of horror. The film will hit a 90 minute run time and is being produced in Lisbon, Portugal with creators from over 10 different countries who are all equally passionate about the horror genre. Inner Ghosts absolutely aims to become a classic horror for fans alike. Inner Ghosts ran a successful Kickstarter campaign that can be seen over on their Kickstarter page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2020744475/inner-ghosts/description.
“INNER GHOSTS is a scary ride into the heart of a woman who’s about to face a long time enemy – a demon in the making – for the last time. What brings these two characters together and what they will do to each other is just one side of our story.”
A brief synopsis of the film, “It’s been 15 years since LILLY took her own life, leaving her mother, HELEN, a broken woman. Today, Helen is a brilliant brain researcher trying to develop a way to tap directly into our most inner data storage device: the soul – hoping to treat patients whose brains have been destroyed by Alzheimer’s disease. But in order to try her ideas, Helen needs to run a series of tests on real ghosts and try to understand the minds of those who, on the other side, keep existing beyond the physical brain. The problem is that Helen, who is a medium, hasn’t contacted the dead in all these years, still affected by her own personal loss.”
The stills I have seen, show a gorgeously dark atmosphere that I can really get on board with, and I’m excited to see how the film turns out upon release. It aims to be completed by next year, so it is safe to say that I’m excited to view the film.
To find out more about the film, you can find out more through the team’s various social media presences: Website, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Blog. Please do head over to those links and show some support!
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