Richard Bates Jr.’s Suburban Gothic to haunt VOD platforms in January

Last Updated on August 5, 2021

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EXCISION director Richard Bates Jr. returns to horror but takes a step into the lighter side with the upcoming horror-comedy SUBURBAN GOTHIC, and now we've learned when we can expect this one to haunt VOD.

Film Buff has set a January 30 2015 VOD release for the Matthew Gray Gubler and Kat Dennings-starring flick. The eccentric comedy/horror also stars Ray Wise, Sally Kirkland, Jeffrey Combs and John Waters.

You may remember seeing the trailer for this one back in July, which we followed up with a sales poster in November. I'm certainly curious to give this one a go as I thoroughly enjoyed EXCISION. Here's the synopsis:

Quirky young Raymond has been having a tough couple of months. Even with his recent college degree, he can’t find work in the big city — and he’s realizing that it’s time to swallow his pride and move back in with his overbearing, suburban parents.

Little does he realize, however, that this temporary layover in Middle America is going to be anything but mundane… Haunted by otherworldly visions since childhood, Raymond soon finds himself beset upon by spirits intent on making his time at home as miserable as possible. His only outlet for sanity seems to be local bartender Becca who, aside from chasing off the same bullies who wanted to beat Raymond up in high school, finds herself drawn to his endearing quirkiness. Together, the duo find themselves unraveling the mystery behind a century-old murder — and scaring up plenty of laughs along the way. 

Sounds like fun, huh? Look for it to arrive on VOD platforms on January 30.

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