Angel Finds Creepy Setting In First Official Teaser


Angel, A Mysterious Tale With Eerie Atmosphere, Angel, Tory Jones

Angel. Film Details.

Director: Tory Jones

Writer: Tory Jones

Release Date: July 21st, 2018
at Lyric Theater in Lexington, Kentucky

MPAA Rating: N/A

Genre: Horror/Thriller




After his daughter goes missing, a wealthy contractor hires a group of investigative journalists to probe into an abandoned town with hope of uncovering clues about her disappearance.



From writer/director Tory Jones, known for his work on The Wicked One, producer Shawn Burkett from Don’t Fuck in The Woods and executive producer P.J. Starks from the Volumes of Blood franchise; comes a new horror/thriller starring Jessica Bloom from The Wicked One and Dale Miller from Rayden Valkyrie., Angel, Tory Jones

Long Synopsis

When a brutal massacre plagued the isolated and peaceful town of Raven Rock in 1986, the remaining residents fled, leaving the once tranquil community behind. For thirty years the town has been chained and walled off from the outside world while deteriorating and crumbling. However, not all has been quiet as disappearances have been attributed to the supposedly haunted town. Now a headstrong journalist and her team venture to Raven Rock to investigate the town, its history, and the missing persons. What they will discover is sometimes the truth is more disturbing than myth and Raven Rock is still being occupied.

First Impressions

With the impact of the unique setting, the visuals, and the uncanny atmosphere, Angel is a movie I’m looking forward to watching when it comes out.

When you watch the trailer you don’t get to perceive a lot about the story but you notice that one of the characters has seen « a ghost » and she thinks that it still lives inside this abandoned building, in the town of Raven Rock. The antagonist, if there is merely one, it’s one creepy individual… Although it didn’t seem to be a ghost for me – per se, more like a killer with a mask. I wrote this off of my head right after witnessing the trailer, without reading the synopsis. Now that I’ve read it, I am even further riveted to the narrative and I demand to know what went on back in 1986.

I’ve watched and discussed a few movies produced by P.J. Starks and I can honestly say that they didn’t dissatisfy, so I think Angel might be one we should look out for. If you live near Kentucky, take a peek at the movie on July 12th and let us know on Facebook, Instagram or on our website what were your thoughts!


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