Official Trailer For ‘Ghost House’ Starring Scout Taylor-Compton!

First, she dealt with zombie children in Wicked Little Things. Then, she had to fight her own brother in Halloween (2007). Now, Scout Taylor-Compton will have to face a malevolent spirit in Ghost House

Bloody-Disgusting has recently released the official trailer and release date for Ghost House. The film is set to premiere in select theaters and on VOD on August 25, 2017. Check out the trailer and synopsis below!

(Synopsis provided by

A young couple, Jim and Julie, are vacationing in Thailand where Julie falls in love with photographing small shrines called Ghost Houses that are believed to give spirits shelter and comfort. A couple of British travelers take them into the countryside with the promise of showing Jim and Julie a ghost house graveyard where many of the shrines are discarded. After leaving the graveyard with a souvenir, Julie is increasingly plagued by visits from a malevolent spirit that threatens both her sanity and her life. After Julie is literally frozen in a state of terror, Jim must find a way to lift the curse before he loses Julie to the Ghost World forever.

This movie has quite the cast, starring Scout Taylor-Compton (Halloween), James Landry Hébert (Seven Psychopaths), Mark Boone Junior (30 Days Of Night), and Russell Geoffrey Banks (Who’s Watching Oliver). Ghost House is directed by Rich Ragsdale, who has previously directed many music videos and a film called The Curse Of El Charro.

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About Karli Lawson

I basically grew up watching horror films and spooky things. I watched my first horror film when I was 4 years old. I've wanted to be a writer ever since I've read Stephen King books in middle school. I love writing and talking about my favorite genre. I hope to one day be successful in screenwriting and filmmaking. Everything horror, of course!

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  1. Looks INTENSE!