New Atmospheric Horror Film, TOKOLOSHE: AN AFRICAN CURSE Coming to VOD this February!

Watch trailer below

Reel Nightmare Films has announced they will release the horror film, TOKOLOSHE: AN AFRICAN CURSE on VOD in February! Watch the trailer and get a look at the poster along with more details right here below!

From The Press Release

Reel Nightmare Films has announced the February 14th USA VOD release of Tokoloshe: An African Curse, “an intriguing & atmospheric new horror feature with plenty of scares and high production value.” Says Armand Petrikowski, Head of Operations of the horror/thriller distributor.

Based on the legend of the Tokoloshe, an urban myth that has terrified Africa in a similar way Americans fear the Boogeyman; the Tokoloshe is a sinister creature that haunts people’s dreams and possesses them to commit evil acts.

The film’s synopsis: A novelist pressured for a new hit travels with his family to an abandoned hotel in South Africa, unaware that it’s haunted by a demon known as the Tokoloshe. When the writer becomes possessed and begins terrorizing his family, a young woman experiencing supernatural visions linked to the hotel sets out to help the family and defeat the African boogeyman: the Tokoloshe.

Veteran filmmaker Richard Green directs Tokoloshe: An African Curse (also known as Tokoloshe-The Calling). Arish Sirkissoon (aka LX SETH) wrote and co-produced with Green. The film was shot in Durban, South Africa. The film’s diverse cast includes Shezi Sibongiseni, Angela Balkovic, Lloyd Grant O’Connor, Arish Sirkissoon & Lwandile Xaba.

Watch the trailer here:

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About Michael Juvinall (4099 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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