Horror In Your Emerging Past

I’m not seeing anything too overtly religious in this trailer for writer/director Thomas Churchill’s upcoming indie horror film Emerging Past, but it promises to be “in the tradition of The Exorcist and The Omen,” so I figured we’d share about it a bit. There appears to be a priest in the film, but that’s about all I can see right now that gives it a religious tie. I guess we’ll see. The film is premiering at the Famous Monsters Convention in Indianapolis this July. It stars genre veterans Brooke McCarter (The Lost Boys), Stephen Geoffreys (Fright Night, 976-Evil), Steve Dash (Friday the 13th Part 2), and Tony Moran (Halloween) along with up-and-coming actress Krista Grotte. The soundtrack and score is done by G Tom Mac, who is best known for his song “Cry Little Sister” which was done for The Lost Boys soundtrack. There’s no real synopsis for the film. Just the tag line “When you can’t see the future and the present seems to fade, you need to live for the past.” Click on the pic above to enlarge the poster for the film. After the jump, you can check out the trailer and G Tom Mac’s music video for the movie’s song “Soul I Bare.”


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