Samuel Goldwyn Films Acquires Indie Horror Head Count
JC News|March. 27, 2019
If you love scary movies, then the indie horror movie Head Count is your film.
Director Elle Callahan’s The Thing meets It Follows horror flick Head Count premiered at last year’s Los Angeles Film Festival. The film won a special jury prize for actor Ashleigh Morghan.
Now, Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired North American rights to Head Count and will be giving the film a June release date. Read on for more…
Head Count sounds like that perfect blend of paranormal, possession, and slasher horror all rolled into one film. It has a little of everything in it and we actually can’t wait to see this film.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired North American rights to the motion picture and has plans set in motion to unleash the movie into a theater near you and on digital this June.
We were struck by the unique use of popular horror influences like The Thing and It Follows, melded with classic urban legends such as Bloody Mary. Elle Callahan has shown herself to be a smart new voice in the horror space, and we are excited to help bring it to audiences.
Head Count stars the above-mentioned actress Ashleigh Morghan who is best known for Eric Amadio, John Singleton, and Dave Andron’s Amazon Prime series Snowfall, along with writer-director Steven Caple Jr,’s The Land, and as a contestant on the reality TV series Are You the One?. Morghan’s Head Count co-stars include Isaac W. Jay (Flock of Four), Bevin Bru (Private Sales), Tory Freeth (Maria My Love), Michael Herman (An Addicting Picture), Sam Marra (Shangri-La: Near Extinction), Billy Meade (Jane the Virgin), and Hunter Peterson (FML). Cooper Rowe (Talia in the Kitchen), Amaka Obiechie (The Mindy Project), and Chelcie May (Socially Awkward) round out the cast.
Sam Sandweiss (Team Marco) and Brandon Somerhalder (The Mad Whale) produced the movie while Hunter Peterson, Haoliang Harvey Zhang, Callahan, Eric B. Fleischman, and Lauri Apelian all served as the film’s executive producers. Elle Callahan’s horror flick.
Head Count hits theaters and digital on June 14.
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