Devil's Gate — Trailer


added: Thu, Dec 7th '17

Milo Ventimiglia, star of the hit NBC series "This is Us," is playing a different kind of family man -- the kind who is intensely erratic and paranoid -- in the trailer for the upcoming horror thriller "Devil's Gate."

In the film, which also stars Amanda Schull (Syfy's 12 Monkeys), Shawn Ashmore (from the "X-Men" films), and Bridget Regan (Marvel's Agent Carter), with an appearance by Star Trek: The Next Generation's Jonathan Frakes as a local small-town sheriff, revolves around a strange missing-person case that involves a troubled family man (Ventimiglia) whose remote North Dakota farm seems to be the hub of some rather terrifying paranormal activity.

Clay Staub, a filmmaker who started his career as a second unit director on the films "Dawn of the Dead," "300," and "The Thing," makes his feature directorial debut with "Devil's Gate," which he co-wrote with video game writer Peter Aperlo (300: March to Glory, Watchmen: The End Is Nigh).

Following a premiere at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, "Devil's Gate" will be hitting theaters and VOD on January 5th.

What unholy force lies locked away in a crumbling, booby-trapped, middle-of-nowhere farmhouse? When a woman and her son mysteriously vanish, FBI agent Daria Francis (Amanda Schull) is dispatched to the small town of Devil's Gate, North Dakota to investigate the number one suspect: religious fanatic Jackson Pritchard (Milo Ventimiglia), husband and father of the missing persons. But when Francis and local deputy Colt (Shawn Ashmore) arrive at Pritchard’s foreboding property, they discover much more than they bargained for lurking in the basement. Unfolding over the course of 24 delirious hours, this head-spinning sci-fi creature feature hits viewers with a bonkers blitzkrieg of genre-bending twists and turns.


directed by   Clay Staub

starring   Milo Ventimiglia, Amanda Schull, Shawn Ashmore, Bridget Regan, Jonathan Frakes

release date   January 5. 2018 (in theaters and on VOD)

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