Chiller Films dropped the trailer for the upcoming retelling of Francis Ford Coppola’s atmospheric 1963 debut film Dementia 13, which was produced by independent movie maestro Roger Corman.
“A vengeful ghost, a mysterious killer, and a family where everyone has a secret converge in one night of terror,” the official synopsis promises.
The reimaging was directed by Richard LeMay (Blood Bound, Naked As We Come). Dementia 13 was written by Dan DeFilippo, who wrote the screenplays for The Invaders and Chilling Visions: 5 States of Fear) and Justin Smith (SiREN, The Boy).
Coppola is best known for classic movies like The Godfather, The Conversation, Cotton Club, Apocalypse Now and Bram Stoker’s Dracula. He learned his trade under the freedom of independent filmmaker Corman. The original movie told the tale of Luana Anders a scheming young woman who murders her husband and infiltrates his disturbing family’s stately, out-of-the-way mansion on a lake in Ireland. Her plans are interrupted by an axe-wielding lunatic who stalks and hacks up the family.
The remake conjures the ghost of a young man’s sister, who drowned in the lake, and is buried on the bank.
Dementia 13 stars Channing Pickett (Redheads Anonymous), Marianne Noscheze (Horror Time), Christian Ryan (Celebrity Ghost Stories, Casters), Julia Campanelli (116) and Ana Isabelle (The Eyes, Lost Cat Corona).
You can watch the trailer here:
Dementia 13 will hit theaters on October 6, 2017. It will be available on VOD and Digital HD on October 10, 2017.