HCF Exclusive: Poster for Gerard Lough’s ‘Night People’ comes with a chilling warning, teaser trailer also revealed


Irish filmmaker Gerard Lough has exclusively shared with HCF one of a limited set of poster for his debut feature length film, Night People. Promising to blend horror and sci-fi with his unique and exciting filming style, Night People will certainly be one to watch out for.

The poster itself is a superb design, and it reminds me of classic posters like Alien and even Close Encounter of the Third Kind. There is a sinister eeriness to the artwork, a coldness and the warning of “Some things in this world are best left undiscovered” should certainly hint at a chilling movie to come.

As I was writing this, I discovered that the very first teaser trailer has now been released, and you will find the teaser below. It doesn’t give too much away, but as with the poster, it has plenty of sinister offerings and there is clearly a very intriguing story going on here.

You will find the poster below and trailer, right after these important details:

Night People is an Irish Horror / Science Fiction movie which marks the feature film debut of writer / director Gerard Lough.

A pair of high tech thieves break into a house with a dark past. Their story soon intertwines with two other sinister tall tales.

The film stars:

Michael Parle
Jack Dean Shepherd
Claire Blennerhassett
Sarah Louise Carney
Aidan O’Sullivan
Eoin Leahy

Principal photography began on August 1st 2013 and ended on August 23rd 2014. The film was shot entirely on location in Ireland and will be released in 2015.

Lough is an Irish film-maker best known for critically acclaimed short films such as the Stephen King adaption The Boogeyman and the futuristic thriller Ninety Seconds.

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About Matt Wavish 598 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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