First Teaser Trailers for British Horror 'Ghost Stories' About a Skeptic

October 30, 2017
Source: YouTube

Ghost Stories Trailer

"You don't believe, do ya?" IFC has unveiled three teaser trailers for a new ghost horror movie titled Ghost Stories, which already premiered at the London Film Festival earlier this month. It's due out in 2018 but doesn't have an exact date yet. Based on the long-running British horror stage show created by English magician Andy Nyman, the film is about a psychologist and arch-skeptic named Professor Phillip Goodman who investigates three terrifying hauntings. Andy Nyman plays Goodman, and the rest of the ensemble cast includes Martin Freeman, Alex Lawther, Jill Halfpenny, Paul Whitehouse, Nicholas Burns, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Daniel Hill, Derren Brown, and Ryan Oliva. It seems like an anthology film, but it also seems like there is a connection between the three stories. I'm very curious to see this film.

Here's the first three teaser trailers for Jeremy Dyson & Andy Nyman's Ghost Stories, from YouTube:

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Ghost Stories stars Andy Nyman as Professor Phillip Goodman, a psychologist and arch-skeptic, who has his rationality tested when he stumbles across a long-lost file containing details of three terrifying hauntings. He then embarks on a mission to find rational explanations for the ghostly happenings. Ghost Stories is both written and directed by English filmmakers Jeremy Dyson ("Psychobitches") and Andy Nyman, both making their directorial debut working together. This is based on the long-running British horror stage show created by English magician Andy Nyman (who also stars as the arch-skeptic Professor Goodman) and Dyson. The film premiered at the London Film Festival this fall. IFC Films will release Ghost Stories in select theaters + on VOD starting in early 2018. Stay tuned for an exact date. First impression?

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The titles are good. Posters too.

Carpola on Oct 30, 2017


Solid previews. I'm always willing to give a horror film a chance if it shows a willingness to hit the audience with creepiness instead of brutal blast of grue.

Peter Collinson on Oct 31, 2017


Yeah, the posters are good, but I don't know about anything else. Since it's not what one wants to see, but what is somebody convincing the other self in his or her desire to see something ...

shiboleth on Oct 31, 2017


I what they are going for. I hope they hit their mark.

DAVIDPD on Oct 31, 2017

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