Uncork’d Entertainment will be presenting the haunted house movie The Inheritance on DVD and digital platforms this spring.
The nameless woman at the center of this one just inherited a large European mansion. Even if she doesn’t want to live there, she can sell it for a gazillion bucks, so her life should be easy from this point, right? ….Yeah, no.
No one’s lived in the mansion for a long time, and it could use a lot of home improvement, so living there herself probably wouldn’t work out. Also, the place is full of dark shadows and just really creepy. She should just leave, but her exploration through the mansion is revealing secrets about her family history, and she wants to know more. Too much knowledge can sometimes be a dangerous thing.
The Inheritance stars Natalia Ryumina and Nick Wittman, and was written and directed by Chad Barager and Kevin Speckmaier. Check it out April 13 on DVD or on-demand.
A woman’s inheritance takes her to Europe where she will uncover a dark and disturbing family secret. Once she is alone in the former family manor, paranormal occurrences in the home begin and slowly intensify. She is forced to face her fears to uncover dark secrets lurking in her family history. And the deeper she delves into the secrets the home possesses, the more horrifying the answers become. Natalia Ryumina and Nick Wittman star in a film by Chad Barager and Kevin Speckmaier.
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