From the Set: Haunting of Whaley House

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012 @ 10:48 am | Headline, News, Releases

The first stills from the set of HAUNTING OF WHALEY HOUSE can be seen here.

Jose Prendes (Corpses are Forever) has written and directed a horrifying tale about one of the most haunted houses in America.

HAUNTING OF WHALEY HOUSE will be released on DVD/Blu-Ray/VOD on July 31, 2012.

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    4 Responses to “From the Set: Haunting of Whaley House”

    1. Jose Prendes Says:

      Hey gang,

      For more images and updates on my film, please LIKE our fan page and stay tuned…big theatrical screening news coming very shortly! We plan to make you shit your pants with fear…or at least entertain the hell out of you!

      http://www.facebook.com/hauntingofwhaleyhouse

    2. Rick Says:

      Very cool; dig the oil creature.

    3. Universal Indie Records Says:

      I know this might not be the proper place to address this but I needed a way to grab the attention of someone at The Asylum, as it was after reading the article on you guys in Wired Magazine that I decided to utilize your stratedgy as far as doing music.

      We currently have a “Hunger Games Inspired” single that’s doing very well on iTunes and have a few more “unofficial” movie soundtracks coming….

      I would love to score and/or provide “official” soundtracks for some of your releases…

      How could we go about making something like this happen?

    4. Sheesh Says:

      Just because you people have low budgets doesn’t mean your movies have to be absolutely fucking terrible! Slither, the Evil Dead series, and so on are well acted B-movies that took full advantage of what they have to work with. If absolutely have to rip off major summer movies, why can’t all of you do it right? Why can’t you put effort into your movies? Asylum is forever Syfy quality only; that’s a lack of quality in itself. You people are shameless and lazy.

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