Three Witches, and One Necronomicon Spell Trouble in New Indie Horror ‘Reel Nightmare,’ out Feb 7.
Three beautiful, vengeful witches are summoned back to life after a skeptic young woman reads from their Necronomicon in the new horror feature film Reel Nightmare, coming out worldwide on Tuesday February 7th via Amazon, Amazon Prime, Vimeo On Demand; and BluRay. The new Trailer and all links to stream, rent or buy Reel Nightmare are now available.
Also known as Reel Nightmare: Book of Witchcraft, Together Magic Films will release the film for free on Amazon Prime through February 14th. “[Reel Nightmare] is scary, sexy and funny. It’s the perfect date night movie option for guys and girls who love horror movies. We are proud to share our film with all Amazon Prime subscribers worldwide as a Valentine’s Day treat.” – Says writer/director Armand Petri, noting that Reel Nightmare is also available now worldwide on Vimeo On Demand; with one dollar-off at checkout using the promo code: WITCHES (through February 14th).
The official synopsis reads: “Three beautiful, vengeful witches awakened by an ancient book, the Necronomicon, bring production of a film in their old family home to a deadly halt.”
“[Reel Nightmare] is a thrilling horror feature with a relevant storyline, and a conversation starter. Using its intriguing witch premise to discuss the subject of equality, Reel Nightmare explores the challenges women face today in male-dominated fields; while remaining a fun and intense horror movie everyone can enjoy.” – Adds producer Art Arutyunyan.
Reel Nightmare exists in a modern interpretation of the H.P. Lovecraft universe set in present-day New England. “The Necronomicon is central to the film’s plot, but Lovecraft fans will identify additional references to his legacy including Miskatonic University, The Dunwich Horror, August Derleth, and the Cthulhu Mythos.” Concludes Petri, who also appears in the film.
LC Films has teamed up with Together Magic to release Reel Nightmare on Blu-Ray. It can be purchased here.
The film stars Madeleine Heil (Clowntergeist), Garrett Morosky (Ballet of Blood) and Eliza Bone (The Nymph: Mermaid Horror).
Check out the new trailer below.