Terror films ink Deal with Raven Banner

Raven Banner Releasing, signed a multi-picture deal with U.S. film distributor, Terror Films. The deal solidifies the current business partnership between both companies. Through the deal, six productions from Terror Films will release in the Canadian market throughout 2016.  In contrast, Terror Films will manage U.S. distribution of Raven Banner film releases. The films Terror Films have scheduled for Fall 2016 release are:
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Director: Chris Trebilcock

Writers: Chris Trebilcock, Chris Trebilcock

Synopsis:

Haunted by a terrifying spirit out of her graphic novel, a young artist struggles to overcome her psychosis before it destroys her.

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Directors: Aaron Keeling, Austin Keeling

Writers: Natalie Jones, Aaron Keeling, Austin Keeling

Synopsis:

A psychological horror about a young woman coping with an unwanted pregnancy after moving into a seemingly haunted house.

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The slate of Horror, Thriller arriving on The Canadian market are:

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Director: Jon Knautz

Writers: Alexis Kendra , Jon Knautz

Synopsis:

A mentally unstable woman begins a volatile descent into madness when she suspects her lover has left her for another woman.[/toggle]

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Director: Tyler Christensen

Writer: Tyler Christensen

Synopsis:

Four teenagers go looking for a legendary haunted house that gives you money back for every floor you can complete. Once finding it, they realize the house is much more terrifying than a normal Halloween attraction – the house knows each of their secrets and one by one uses them against the teens.[/toggle]

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Synopsis:

This documentary is a detailed look into the making of PET SEMATARY, one of the most enduring cult-horror classics of our generation.[/toggle]

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Synopsis:

In a post-apocalyptic plague-ridden world, a man and woman face unimaginable horrors when he suddenly becomes infected, and the only possible cure slowly drives him mad.[/toggle]

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Director: Stephen Cognetti

Writer: Stephen Cognetti

Five years after an unexplained malfunction causes the death of 15 tour-goers and staff on the opening night of a Halloween haunted house tour, a documentary crew travels back to the scene of the tragedy to find out what really happened.[/toggle]

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Director: Danny Draven

Writer: Barry Jay

Synopsis:
Patient Seven centers around Dr. Marcus, a renowned psychiatrist played by Michael Ironside. He has selected six patients of the Spring Valley Mental Hospital, run by Dr. Victor (Jack Plotnick), as part of the research for his new book. Dr. Marcus interviews each patient, and one by one, as their stories unfold, we flash into the short film tied to each individual story.[/toggle]

Joe Dain of Terror Films commented on the six-movie deal between Raven Banner and Terror Films. Dain Stated:

“this new alliance, with a top notch distributor like Raven Banner handling our content in Canada, combined with our incredible foreign sales team at Automatic and our U.S. ancillary relationships truly solidifies Terror Films as one of the more aggressive, non-Studio distributors operating in the genre space. We now have the ability to distribute our films across multiple platforms, worldwide!”

James Fler, Raven Banner executive shared his thoughts on the new deal. Fler added:

“we, at Raven Banner, are thrilled to further develop our relationship with Terror Films. Strategic partnerships with like minded companies such as Terror Films, will enable us to continue to bring quality content to the Canadian marketplace.”

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