The Nightgown Apr06

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The Nightgown

In 1976 three schoolgirls set out to unravel the secrets of a botched exorcism and mysterious death of a young girl.


Starring Elizabeth Rath, Kate Lý Johnston and Randy Masters

Written and directed by Jared Masters







Hot off the heels of ‘Roller Junkies!’, it’s the 17th feature film from award-winning filmmaker Jared Masters. His visionary style has been referred to as… “Ed Wood meets John Waters… on acid!” ‘The Nightgown’ will be a cinematic movement like none other, a pulsating neon night terror simmering with ghouls, girls and a mischievous groundsman (James F. Gregory).



This nightmare is… ‘The Nightgown’, conceived in the mind of the man that brought the horror cult sensation, ‘Slink’ (2013) and the poetic slasher masterwork, ‘Ballet of Blood’ (2015). ‘The Nightgown’ is a mixture of fantasy and vintage horror. Surrealism at its core, the writing exudes strange and fresh creativity like a semi-sordid fever dream. A work of serious cinematic art is unspooling across horror landscape.



The film stars Elizabeth Rath, of Quartz Vein fame, comedy-magic legend, Randy Masters as the priest, with Kate Lý Johnston, Baracha Walston and the original pink Power Ranger herself, Kelley Poling. Featuring Arrow Lester, Kennedy Lester, Iris Lester and introducing Hannah Dunsley-Ricechester as Mary.



Additional voices by Dawna Lee Heising and Jeffrey Dean Gray with special monster effects by Benjamin Masters. Elevated horror? You won’t live to believe your eyes. Mighty! Mighty in its see-through cinematic endeavors. ‘The Nightgown’ will not just be a tasty slice of neo-grindhouse heaven, now available far and wide, for all to see. Produced by Dominic Fedrizzi, Jeffrey Dean Gray, LP Green, James F. Gregory, Reese Lester and Lucas Wagner. Music by MoreHorror’s Seth Metoyer.







“This supernatural horror has all the trappings that the director is known for, with his signature grindhouse style adding a lot to this horror film throwback…. great special effects … plenty of unexpected moments throughout…. true to its roots, and something that had a surreal vibe all of its own.”

The Rotting Zombie, UK