Here are a few promo images from the upcoming new psychological-thriller called Shadow People, which comes along with a full story synopsis. The movie is being directed by Matthew Arnold, and was previously called The Door. I'm not sure why they changed the title, especially because there's already a movie out there called Shadow People.
The film stars Alison Eastwood and Dallas Roberts, and the story was inspired by true events concerning a radio talk show host (Roberts) who's drawn to exploring paranormal activity by a caller and an unexplained death. Eastwood plays a CDC investigator.
Here is the full plot synopsis:
SHADOW PEOPLE is a psychological-thriller that explores the rare medical phenomenon known as SUNDS (Sudden Unexplained Nocturnal Death Syndrome). Millions of people across the globe have had encounters with what they describe as dark, shadowy creatures that visit them at night. Sometimes horrifying, sometimes deadly, these nocturnal intruders have been described as early as man's first recorded writings. But what are they? And what do they want?
Small town radio personality CHARLIE CROWE (Dallas Roberts) is thrust into the mystery when a strange caller relates a terrifying experience during Crowe's late night call-in show. At the same time, CDC Public Health Agent, SOPHIE LANCOMBE (Alison Eastwood), is hot on the trail of the cause of the rare medical condition known as SUNDS. Her investigations entwine her with Charlie's own discoveries and take them both into a dark world and a decades old cover-up about the phenomenon we now call, The Shadow People. Once you open the door to the mystery...you'll never sleep soundly again.
I've heard the stories of these shadow people and know a few people who have claimed to have seen them. It's some pretty creepy shit, and should make for a great horror movie. I'll be keeping an eye out for this one. Check out the other two images below and tell us what you think!
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