Heather Langenkamp horror film heads for “HOME” video


The NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and WES CRAVEN’S NEW NIGHTMARE heroine deals with more supernatural evil in HOME, set for release next month. Read on for the info and the key art.

Inception Media Group has set HOME, written (with producer Jeff Lam) and directed by Frank Lin, for DVD and VOD release March 1. The film will be presented in 16×9-enhanced 1.85:1 widescreen with 5.1 digital Surround sound; the synopsis: “Carrie [Kerry Knuppe], a young, spiritual woman, is abandoned by her father and forced to move in with her mother [Heather Langenkamp] and stepsister, whose lifestyle conflicts with everything she’s come to believe in. In addition to this test on her values and convictions, Carrie believes the new house possesses evil, paranormal forces. During one terrifying night after her mother leaves on a business trip, Carrie and her boyfriend [Aaron Hill] conduct an exorcism to rid the house of its supernatural presence. But, instead of purging the spirit, they awaken an even more sinister terror that begins to haunt and torture them. Now, as creepy occurrences lead to full-blown terror, Carrie must confront savage forces to protect her little sister and save their lives.”

BOY EATS GIRL’s Samantha Mumba (pictured above with Langenkamp) and THE DEVIL’S REJECTS’ Lew Temple also star. See the trailer below the art and the movie’s Facebook page here.


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