Altergeist

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“Are you afraid? That's what they like.”

Based on True Events:
ALTERGEIST portrays King’s Ransom Winery as one of the most haunted places in North America. Gruesome suicides and murders, suspicious fires, and strange otherworldly phenomena appear with disturbing frequency throughout the history of the estate. Perhaps more disturbing, however, is the fact that these are all based on true events.

In the late 1800s, a woman took her own life in the attic of the historic Korbel House (real world Korbel Champagne Cellars in Guerneville, California), which served as the set for the old Till family homestead in ALTERGEIST. Having scrawled mad writings across the walls of the attic, this formerly reserved cook’s wife was clearly struggling against dark forces she could not understand. In the end she turned to suicide as the only means of escape.

Grounds keepers at Korbel have experienced strange happenings in and around this house, and some refuse to approach it at night. Our cast and crew also felt the presence of spirits from the winery’s past, both in the house and elsewhere on the grounds.

The white lady of the Korbel house, strange orbs of light that move through the redwood forests at night, and stories of other tragic deaths in the area all served as inspiration for the twisted history of King’s Ransom Winery in ALTERGEIST.

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Directed & Written by Tedi Sarafian
Music by Anthony Marinelli
Produced by Aaron Heck, John Negropontes, Loma Paul, Fiore Talarico and Jared Talarico
Starring Kristina Anapau, Mark Hapka, David Weidoff, Lindsey Godfrey, Brendan Fletcher, Alexis Cruz, Sarah Oh and Olivia Stuck

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“If you burn for a ghost story with an extraterrestrial twist, consider your cinematic thirst quenched…. ALTERGEIST bravely attempts to mesh these two themes into one film, creating both an ambiguous, creepy and rather enjoyable paranormal matrimony.…”

- Fangoria Magazine by Michael Alexander, November 12, 2014