The horror movie made for just $100,000 that everyone is freaked about

the gallows

The directors Chris Lofing and Travis Cluff and actor Reese Mishler recently appeared on Coast to Coast AM and talked about their just released horror movie The Gallows . Together, over the course of four years, the filmmakers and actor kept shooting and reshooting as The Gallows grew from a little unknown film with clips on YouTube to a Jason Blum (“Paranormal Activity”) produced film with a major release from New Line Cinema and Warner Brothers. In fact, The Gallows is the lowest budgeted film (made for just $100,000) to ever have such a wide release– opening in over 2,700 theaters in the US on July 10th, and in 62 countries worldwide.

The premise of the movie deals with the re-staging of a high school play–twenty years earlier, a student actor tragically died in a freak accident during the performance. During the show on Coast to Coast, the Director detailed how he edited the film on a home computer. Reese Mishler shared a spooky incident that occurred while filming in an attic at a VA hospital in Fresno — a strange voice whispered his name, and it was not part of the film.

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