The Nightmare Gallery – USA, 2018

‘When you search for the truth, the greatest horror is finding it’

The Nightmare Gallery is a 2018 American supernatural horror film directed by Gene Blalock (Horror Haiku TV series) from a screenplay by Jhan Harp and Rob Stith. The Seraph Films production stars Amber Benson, Kevin Chamberlin and Mat Devine.

The life of Doctor Samantha Rand, an anthropology professor, is turned upside-down by the sudden, suspicious disappearance of her star pupil.

Three years later, when a package of supposedly paranormal artefacts arrives on Rand’s doorstep, Samantha unwittingly embarks on a nightmarish journey into mystery that will shake her and her wife to their very cores…

Main cast and characters:

  • Amber Benson … Doctor Samantha Rand – House of Demons; The Crooked Man; Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales; Supernatural TV series; One-Eyed MonsterAttack of the GryphonBuffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Kevin Chamberlin … Doctor. Stockton
  • Mat Devine … Colton
  • Mieko Hillman … Dawn Rand – Teen Wolf TV series; Flight of the Living Dead
  • Rahul Parikh … Sanjay Ramdas
  • Liv Southard … Senior Researcher
  • Nichole Eberle … Chloe Bishop
  • Michael Baszler … Retired Security
  • Andrew Adams … Museum Guest
  • Jeff Jeffers … Department Head
  • Teddy Pemberton … The Docent
  • Nadina Gerlach … Security
  • Aly Wolff-Mills … Exhibit

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Plot keywords:

artefact | LGBTQ | museum | nightmare | paranormal | professor | pupil | relationship | supernatural

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