April 16, 2024

Terror Films & Raven Banner Entertainment Form Partnership

Terror Films - Raven BannerHollywood, CA (June 29, 2016): U.S. genre distributor, Terror Films has signed a multi-picture deal with Canadian based distributor, Raven Banner Releasing.

The Canadian releases will include a variety of award winning horror and thriller content from Terror Films’ 2016 slate. Among them are: the erotic femme fatale thriller Goddess of Love, House Of Purgatory – about a group of teens who go into a haunted house which knows their secrets, Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary – a documentary chronicling the journey of Stephen King’s iconic horror film Pet Sematary from novel script to screen, Antidote about a plague stricken post-apocalyptic world, Hell House LLC a found footage film about a haunted house attraction that goes terribly wrong and Patient Seven – an original anthology produced by Terror Films. Patient Seven stars: Michael Ironside, Jack Plotnick and featuring segments with Amy Smart, Alfie Allen and Doug Jones.

The two companies already have a working relationship, with Terror Films handling the U.S. distribution on Raven Banner titles. The Dark Stranger and The House On Pine Street are both due out in a wide ancillary release by early fall. While Raven Banner will oversee the distribution of Terror Films content in Canada, Automatic Entertainment will continue to act as the official foreign sales arm, placing the company’s films all over the World.

Joe Dain of Terror Films negotiated the deal with Raven Banner executives, James Fler and Michael Paszt and stated: “this new alliance, with a top notch distributor like Raven Banner handling our content in Canada, combined with our incredible foreign sales team at Automatic and our U.S. ancillary relationships truly solidifies Terror Films as one of the more aggressive, non-Studio distributors operating in the genre space. We now have the ability to distribute our films across multiple platforms, worldwide!”

James Fler said of the newly formed relationship:, “we, at Raven Banner, are thrilled to further develop our relationship with Terror Films. Strategic partnerships with like minded companies such as Terror Films, will enable us to continue to bring quality content to the Canadian marketplace.”

Raven Banner Releasing is the Canadian distribution arm of Raven Banner Entertainment – a full service company specializing in innovative and compelling genre films from around the world. Recent releases include Can Evrenol’s Baskin, Deathgasm, Turbo Kid, Wacken: Louder Than Hell and Cub. Upcoming releases include The Hallow, Bunny: The Killer Thing and The Dead Room. For more about Raven Banner please visit: www.ravenbannerreleasing.com.

Terror Films is a Los Angeles based distribution label with a focus on horror, Sci-Fi and thriller films targeted for limited theatrical, Television and all major ancillary markets, including DVD, EST, VOD and all major streaming outlets. Their first film The Chosen, starring YouTube Sensation Kian Lawley, remained in the Top 100 of Horror Films on iTunes for 8 consecutive weeks upon its release. Their second film Trace opened exclusively on Redbox in all 40,000 locations followed by a wide ancillary release. The label recently released the award winning film Landmine Goes Click on DVD and is gearing up to release an impressive slate over the next 5 months of 2016, including their original Anthology Patient Seven starring Michael Ironside and Jack Plotnick; the documentary Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary, Goddess of Love, The House on Pine Street, The Dark Stranger, Hell House LLC and House of Purgatory.  The company is repped by Michael Sherman of Reed Smith LLP. For more information on Terror Films, go to: www.terrorfilms.net. To submit a completed film for consideration, please send a screener link to: submissions@terrorfilms.net

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I've been a fan of horror and slasher movies for as long as I can remember. I consider the original Halloween to be the best horror movie of all time and my guilty pleasure horror flick would be The Exorcist III. You can find me on Twitter at @406Northlane or TikTok @406Northlane where I'm sure I'll offend you at least once a day.

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