Local filmmaker’s horror film ‘Ghostlight’ will play at Tin Theater Oct. 17-19
Local filmmaker Jeff Ferrell’s “Ghostlight” will play at the Tin Room Bar & Theater from Thursday, Oct. 17 through Saturday, Oct. 19 at 10 p.m. nightly, and Ferrell and members of the cast and crew will be in attendance for a post-screening Q&A at each screening.
Ferrell is a 2004 graduate of Highline High School. He later attended the Seattle Film Institute, where he produced and directed his first short film “Edgar Allan Poe’s Morella”, which gained worldwide acclaim at film festivals. After spending the next few years making other short films and music videos, he decided it was time to embark on his first feature film. “Ghostlight” is his debut feature as writer/producer/director/editor/actor.
Here’s a synopsis of the film:
Andrew (Brian Sutherland) wins a radio contest to spend one night alone in a haunted theater on the 80th anniversary of the bloody murder/suicide that occurred within its walls. His prize: $50,000. His task: To spend 12 hours alone inside. The catch: The theater has been reportedly haunted ever since the tragedy 80 years ago, and has been plagued by a series of mysterious deaths in the years since. A devout disbeliever in the supernatural, Andrew has no qualms about spending the night there. But his wife Mira (Lisa Coronado), who has been haunted by psychic premonitions about the place, feels differently. As Andrew is locked inside the theater for the night, the ghosts and secrets of its past begin to reveal themselves to him. Will he make it through the night to collect his prize? And will he get out before the murderous ghosts take hold of him forever?
The theater only seats 40 people, so be sure get there early to secure your seats! Food and drinks are served in the theater and in the adjoining restaurant/lounge, and all guests must be 21 and older.
Here’s the trailer:
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