‘The Follower’ To Release in Time For Halloween

Terror Films is known for their fantastic indie horror movies. Their latest film, The Follower, is a haunted house thriller set to be released onto digital platforms this October. PopHorror showed you the trailer in September, and this month we have both the poster and the release date. Check them both out below.

Synopsis for The Follower:

The story centers around Internet video blogger David Baker. Baker is invited by an eccentric and lonely woman to investigate supernatural occurrences in her home. She instructs him that he is free to film everywhere except for her grandmother’s room upstairs. At first, he sees nothing. However, things take a supernatural turn as he slowly discovers that things aren’t what they seem. Even more disturbing, something may very well want to follow him out of this very haunted locale.

The official poster for The Follower.

Directed by Kevin Mendiboure (The Photographer 2017), The Follower stars Nicolas Shake (Rex Buster 2007) and Chloé Dumas (Dracula 2015) as the main characters David Baker and Carol Anderson. The special FX were created by David Scherer (The Theatre Bizarre 2011) for a script written by newcomer Vincent Darkman. The Follower has already been nominated for several awards, including Best International Film, Best Thriller and Best Editing at the 2017 FANtastic Horror Film Festival in San Diego.

In their ongoing effort to bring the best and most diverse indie horror content to the masses, Terror Films will release this film across multiple digital platforms. Platforms hosting the release include: iTunes, Amazon Instant/Prime, Vudu, Google Play/You Tube, X-Box Live and many others. The release begins with North America and will be followed by a worldwide digital release through iFlix.

Will you be checking out The Follower when it hits VOD on Halloween? Let us know in the comments!

About Tracy Allen

As the co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of PopHorror.com, Tracy has learned a lot about independent horror films and the people who love them. Now an approved critic for Rotten Tomatoes, she hopes the masses will follow her reviews back to PopHorror and learn more about the creativity and uniqueness of indie horror movies.

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