Debunking haunted houses and ghost stories is steady work. Until the night it isn’t.

Such seems the case for Rose McGowan (Scream, Planet Terror) a paranormal investigator in THE SOUND, a ghostly new thriller from Samuel Goldwyn Films.

The film marks the feature debut of Actress/Writer/Director, Jenna Mattison. The film also stars Michael Eklund (The Call), Richard Gunn, Jane Moffat and the always memorable Christopher Lloyd, who seems to be having a nice run in genre roles after Cold Moon and I am not a Serial Killer.

I’ve always felt the primary ingredient in some of the best Horror films ever made is sound. The opening camera whirs in Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the echoing acoustics of the hotel in The Shining, the killer’s phone-voice in Scream, and many others. Let’s hope THE SOUND embraces its opportunity.

Hear for yourself when THE SOUND opens September 29th.

Kelly (Rose McGowan) is a writer and a skeptic of the supernatural. As a specialist in acoustic physics she uses low frequency tactile sound-waves to debunk reported paranormal activities for her online blog. When presented a new case of a supposedly haunted subway station Kelly sets off to uncover the truth behind the hoax that involves a 40-year-old unexplained suicide. Her investigation takes her deep into the abandoned station where her skepticism is tested. As Kelly ascends into the depths of the metro’s darkness she is confronted by an unforeseen evil. In the vastness, she must face her own haunted memories to find the truth and surface back into the light.