Alysa inherits her grandfather’s house following his sudden death from an apparent heart attack. She cannot keep the house so travels there to prepare it for sale. While she is packing away her grandfather’s belongings some strange and unexplained events inside the house start to spook her and she soon comes to the conclusion that she is not alone there. Even her pet mouse senses a presence. Something supernatural lurks in the house and she begins to believe that her grandfather was trying to find something before he died. When her friend Steph arrives they attempt to solve the mystery and what they uncover together forces them to confront the diabolical truth and the evil that hides inside.
Starring: Trista Robinson, Hannah Race, Paul Chirico, and Marshal Hilton
Written and directed by: Brian & Laurence Avenet-Bradley
From the directors:
“We moved into a house ten years ago, and all of the creepy events of the first act of the film really happened within the first year of staying there. Our desire was for the beginning of Echoes of Fear to capture those frightful moments and our own sense of growing dread– the most primal of fears of what goes bump in the night in the place you sleep. Then we came across two other true horrific tales and soon the terrifying story of the film emerged. We wanted to start the film as a building supernatural haunted house chiller- then keep turning the screws until the female leads must violently confront the unexpected evil within the house– all while making Echoes of Fear a fun thrill ride full of suspense, twists and scares! Our other goal was to really show the growth of the main female character as she comes into her own person— learning to believe in herself as she fearlessly faces down the terrifying events around her with her best female friend.”
Echoes of Fear received its World Premiere at the 18th annual Shriekfest Horror Festival, the longest running horror festival in Los Angeles, where it won Best Supernatural Horror Feature. 16 festivals have since followed and the film has won Seven Best Feature Awards.
“Some of the best- and most honest- jump scares going…the multiple-fest-award-winning Echoes of Fear, is a consistently absorbing horror/mystery punctuated by genuine jolts.” -Michael Gingold, Rue Morgue
“It takes a lot to scare me and this film did.” -Doc Rotten, Gruesome Magazine
“Genuinely scream-worthy scares that will keep you up at night.” -Matt Konopka, Killer Horror Critic
Now it’s your chance to catch this award-winning film at these upcoming screenings:
Pittsburg, PA- November 29, 2019 – December 05, 2019 – The Parkway Theater
Wednesday, December 11, 2019 7:30pm–9:05pm at UA Kaufman Astoria Stadium 14 — 3530 38th St, Astoria, NY, United States, 11101
Wednesday, December 11, 2019 7:30pm–9:15pm at Studio Movie Grill Duluth — 3850 Venture Dr, Duluth, GA, United States, 30096
Make sure you get your tickets early!
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