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Feast on a New Poster and Image Gallery from the Upcoming ‘Blackburn’

Blackburn Image

A month or so ago we gave you a glimpse of the trailer for Lauro Chartrand’s promising piece, Blackburn. It’s a nice cut of film that certainly drums up a bit of interest. Today we’ve got a look at some more new imagery, including an international poster that looks nice and unsettling.

You can find he entire image gallery below.

Here’s some valuable 411 from the official press release:

3Brane Entertainment is pleased to announce that their horror film Blackburn will see more territories. Already slated for a North American release, this terrifying title will be distributed in the United Kingdom, on September 5th, 2016; Matchbox Films will handle the release.

The UK poster and synopsis reveal more of the Blackburn Asylum. Long since closed, its former residents roam the local woods. A forest fire and rockslide have forced more of these dangerous characters into the nearby town. And, five friends must find shelter, before they become targets of these monsters. Can they just survive the night?

In the UK, the film has been rated 15+. Also, the new poster hosts a unique tagline: “some ghost stories are real.” But, these ghosts are worse than anything supernatural. These terrors will be set upon the masses on September 5th, on DVD. This dark, horror story is not to be missed!

Lauro Chartrand directs the film from a script written by Nastasha Baron. Lochlyn Munro (Freddy vs. Jason), Calum Worthy (Rapture-Palooza), Sarah Lind (Wolfcop), Emilie Ullerup (Leprechaun: Origins) and Ken Kirzinger (Freddy vs. Jason) star.

Synopsis: A forest fire and rockslide trap five bickering college friends in a small Alaskan ghost town with a horrifying history. When they seek refuge inside the torched ruins of Blackburn Asylum, they must fight to survive as the angry inhabitants slaughter the friends one-by-one.

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