This Day in Horror

24 February 2015

Horror Anthology Voices From the Grave Seeks Distribution

‘Voices from the Grave’ is director Richard Stoudt’s first feature film and Laurence C. Holloway’s second (Nightmare Alley 2010). The movie was shot in and around the Phoenix area from 2011-2014. Richard Stoudt also executes a large home haunt called ‘Terror Nights’ every October in Tempe. Stoudt has been doing the event (formerly known as ‘The Haunt’) since the year 2000, Holloway joined the creative staff in 2010. The two directors’ continue to pursue their lifelong love of horror. ‘Voices from the Grave’ is currently seeking distribution.

Synopsis
This Anthology film deals with deadly spirits, back from the grave with vengeance in mind. Myles Brandt is a Horror fiction fan that wanders into a mysterious bookstore in search of something different. He finds a book and in the corner of this bookstore begins to read three tales of supernatural horror.

From Filmmakers Richard Stoudt and Laurence C. Holloway comes a terrifying film experience called “Voices from the Grave”. Three tales of terror, including one story adapted from the work of master horror writer Gary Brandner author of “The Howling”, to make your flesh creep and your heart race!

“Invitation” based on a short story by Gary Brandner, tells the creepy tale of Len Krager, a life loser who attends a party he’ll never forget! “All Hallows’ Eve” is an exercise in suspense and atmosphere set on an eventful Halloween night. Robert Mundy is bitter since the accidental death of his brother, who returns as a vengeful ghost, seeking retribution. In the turbo-charged yarn “Re-Possessed”, we find young Jeff purchasing a killer car for a killer deal…not knowing the car wants his body and soul!

A true exercise in style and terror, ‘Voices from the Grave’ will thrill any horror fan.

Director’s Statement
Director’s Richard Stoudt and Laurence C. Holloway have taken their love of Horror and collaborated on the anthology film ‘Voices from the Grave’. Choosing suspense and atmosphere, over gory shocks, both film makers set out to make the kind of film they would want to watch.

Well-known horror author, Gary Brandner (of ‘The Howling’ fame), wrote ‘Mark of the Loser’ which was turned into the segment ‘Invitation’. The adapted segment was added to two original stories, by Richard Stoudt, which makes up ‘Voices from the Grave’.

With ‘Voices from the Grave’, both directors feel they have made a stylized anthology movie, that is both fun and scary for all kinds of horror fans.

Cast and Crew
Actors- David Nelson
Michael Hanelin
Chris Labadie
Bobby Shook
Michelle Green
Scarlett O’Neil
Maryam Cne

Directors- Richard Stoudt
Laurence C. Holloway

Writers- Gary Brandner
Richard Stoudt
Laurence C. Holloway
Darlene Stoudt
Joe Evans

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