Ghost Team, a Horror Comedy Film..
Ghost Train, not to be confused with the 2013 Horror-comedy release titled; “Ghost Team One” is an indie horror-comedy co-written and directed by Oliver Irving with Peter Warren as collaborative writer. The film stars Jon Heder, David Krumholtz, Justin Long, and Melonie Diaz and centers on:
A paranormal-obsessed man mounts his own investigation into the beyond with his depressed best friend, misfit nephew, a cable access medium and an overeager security guard.
“Ghost Team” was filmed in New York City, specifically within Manhattan, Long Island and Brooklyn. Production for “Ghost Train” was completed earlier this month (November 2015). Ultimately the film will be releasing sometime in the Fall of 2016. The distribution rights to the film “Ghost Team” sold not soon after production was completed.
Marc Simon of Cowan Debaets Abrahams and Sheppard LLP on behalf of the “Ghost Train” filmmakers solidified a deal with Danielle DiGiacomo of the Orchard with Marc Bortz of Preferred Content. The negotiated deal grants the Music, film, and video distribution company, The Orchard all North American, United Kingdom, Australian and New Zealand distribution rights.
Paul Davidson, The Orchard’s Senior Vice President of Film and Television had this to say on the company’s recent acquisition of the distribution rights for the film, “Ghost Team”
“When you pair a script this hilarious with a cast this funny, and bring talent like Oliver Irving to the table, it’s really a no-brainer for us..We’re thrilled to be involved with ‘Ghost Team’ at this early stage and bring it to audiences next year.”
Serving as executive producers to the Horror-Comedy “Ghost Team” are Julie Christeas and Schuyler Weiss of Tandem Pictures, Alex Sagalchik of Mott Street Pictures, Clem McIntosh and Irving produced, with Kevin Iwashina of Preferred Content.
Looking forward to the independently produced Horror-Comedy; “Ghost Team” or the big budgeted all-star cast reboot of “Ghostbusters”