Critics have called the indie horror film The Nursery “awesome”, “creepy as hell”,
“chilling”, “haunting”, “a real surprise” & “a paranormal encounter you won’t want to miss”
The indie horror film The Nursery was released on DVD this week in North America by Uncork’d Entertainment. The DVD features exclusive content and extras, including feature-length audio commentary by the filmmakers and a behind-the-scenes “making of” featurette.
“Making a truly independent, micro-budget horror film so far from Hollywood has been an incredible journey,” The Nursery’s Executive Producers—Glenn Chung, Chris Micklos, and Jay Sapiro—said in a joint statement.
“As first-time filmmakers, we wanted our behind-the-scenes extras to take our fans behind the curtain and give them a sense not only of how we managed to navigate this journey ourselves, but also how they can do, too.”
The Nursery is available on DVD from Family Video, Amazon.com, and more. In addition, it is available for sale or rent on a broad range of video-on-demand platforms, including Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, the Dish Network, Vudu, cable’s iNDEMAND network, and more.
The Nursery is an independent horror movie inspired by genre standouts like Halloween, Phantasm, and House of the Devil. When a damaged college sophomore babysits for a family with a tragic history, she finds herself stalked by a sinister presence and haunted by ghosts from her own past. Soon, she and her friends must confront the angry spirit hunting them down one-by-one on a deliberate march towards its ultimate prey.
Independent critics have said The Nursery “boast(s) oodles of atmosphere and visual panache”, and have called it “creepy as hell”, “a real surprise”, “cleverly built”, “awesome”, “chilling”, “haunting”, and “a paranormal encounter you won’t want to miss.”