Michael Pare is haunted in clips from John Fallon's The Shelter

Michael Pare John Fallon The Shelter

As announced last week, Arrow in the Head founder John Fallon's directorial debut THE SHELTER will be receiving a theatrical and VOD release on November 4th, courtesy of Uncork'd Entertainment, with a DVD release to follow on January 3rd. With those dates drawing near, a couple new clips from the film have arrived online and can now be seen below.

Our friends at Fangoria and Bloody-Disgusting got the exclusive first looks at these clips, which do a good job of luring the viewer in with their mysterious nature, eerie lighting choices, and the performance of star Michael Paré. I'm left very curious to find out more about the house Paré discovers in the first clip, and I'm wondering what's on the other side of the doorway he steps through in the second.

Written and directed by Fallon, who also produced the film with Donny Broussard, THE SHELTER tells the following story: 

Vagrant Thomas Jacob (Michael Paré of "Eddie and the Cruisers" fame) finds shelter for the night when he falls upon a seemingly abandoned two-story home with its lights on and an inviting front door. Once inside, his past comes to haunt him and he soon realizes that he is not alone. There's a supernatural force on hand and it won't let him leave. Destiny has brought Thomas to this place but will he survive the ordeal?

Paré's co-stars include Gayle James, Rachel Whittle, Lauren Thomas, Daena Turner, and Amy Wickenheiser.

Get ready to venture into THE SHELTER in just over three weeks.

THE SHELTER was executive produced by Bruise Productions and JoBlo Movie Productions. Production and post-production elements were completed by Holbrook Multi Media. You can keep up to date with THE SHELTER on Twitter, Facebook, and at the film's official site.



Latest Movie News Headlines