Tory Jones’ ‘Angel’ Gets A Limited Physical Release

One of the best indie horror films I have seen recently is Tory Jones’ Angel. I’ve been anxiously awaiting word of a Blu-ray release and I can happily say the wait is almost over. Read on for info on the film and its upcoming release.

Angel is the latest film from The Wicked One’s Tory Jones (read our interview with him here) from a story by Jones and Scream For Summer‘s Cheyenne Gordon (read our interview with him here). The film stars The Wicked One alumni Sonya Delormier (read our interview with her here), Chelsea Skalski, Dale Miller (read our interview with him here), James Tackett, Katie Stewart and Jessica Bloom, Scream for Summer’s Cameryn Zupon, Tyler Riley and Brady A. Myers, as well as Talia Schade (The Rave), Katie Hubbard (Cinematic Reality 2018).

The film’s 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.

From February 1st-28th, the Blu-ray of Angel will be available for pre-order from the Concept Media website. Orders are expected to ship out at the end of March. I will definitely be ordering one. What about you? Let us know in the comments!

About Charlie Cargile

Indianapolis based Horror journalist. Lover of most things Horror (especially Indie), Pop Punk and the strange and unusual.

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