Awesome illustrated poster and menacing trailer for ‘The Dooms Chapel Horror’ starring Bill Oberst Jr arrive


If Bill Oberst Jr is involved in a new horror film, then it is most definitely worth talking about, so here is the second film we have talked about this week which involves the busiest man in horror.

Tonight we have an awesome illustrated poster and the first trailer for The Dooms Chapel Horror, and I must admit that it looks mighty intriguing. Stick with the trailer, for it may start slow, but it soon picks up into a ferocious finale. You’ll find the trailer and poster after all the details we have on the film.

The Press Release:

The Dooms Chapel Horror is a creature feature with heart. This tale of terror recently had its World Premiere in Paducah, Kentucky, where it played at the River’s Edge Film Festival to a packed house.

The premiere was sold out as producer Christopher Bower brought the film back to where it was filmed. Most recently the movie has taken part in the American Film Market, where it was shown to over a dozen distributors. A release is expected in 2015.

This new extended trailer shows the conflicts housed within the town of Kaler Mills. Kyle (Austin Madding) returns to his hometown after being absent for ten years. He is there to put a family tragedy to rest. Blamed for the death of his brother, Ryan (William Ryan Watson, Stoker), he hopes to clear his name by proving that his brother’s death was an accident. But something in the woods promises to take even more from Kyle.

Indie feature The Dooms Chapel Horror tells a tale of revenge and stars Bill Oberst, Jr. (Deadly Revisions), Shaun Gerardo (X-Men: First Class), Wendy Keeling (Revelation Trail), and Joshua Mark Robinson (Burning Kentucky). The director is John William Holt, and the script was written by Jason Turner.

A horrific family tragedy, a town that lays blame, a boy who wants revenge. The Dooms Chapel Horror rises to unleash its terrible vengeance on the tight-knit Southern town of Kaler Mills.

Blamed for the death of his celebrated older brother, young Kyle Cole is tormented by members of the community to the point of no return. A secret meeting at the compound of a mysterious and dangerous man named Jordan sets the fate of the town… only to be put on hold as Kyle’s parents, succumbing to their grief, abruptly send Kyle away to be raised by distant relatives.

Now, years later, Kyle is a young man on the verge of graduating from college. He is joined by his girlfriend, Mandy, and Tanner, a young documentary filmmaker, as he travels back to Kaler Mills. He hopes to find peace with his mother and father and to finally deal with the events that caused him so much sadness and anger as a boy. But his parents are not the only ones waiting for Kyle’s return. The table is still set, and Jordan; his adopted son, Samuel; and the dark, ancient creation of Kyle’s vengeance have been waiting… and they are hungry!




About Matt Wavish 9999 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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