Pascal Laugier Is Back With First Teaser For INCIDENT IN A GHOST LAND

Pascal Laugier's Incident At Ghostland

The director of 2008’s horror classic MARTYRS is back with INCIDENT IN A GHOST LAND

Pascal Laugier is back with the first teaser for his brand new horror movie, Incident In A  Ghostland – the first film Laugier has released since 2012’s The Tall man. 

As you are all aware, Martyrs is easily my favourite horror movie of all time. I don’t think that I have ever been affected by a movie the way that film affected me.

Pascal Laugier’s follow-up to Martyrs was also his English-language debut. The Tall Man was released in 2012 and starred Jessica Beil (The Sinner).

Over the year’s, I have tried to keep up to date with Laugier’s work, but the man is like the movie equivalent of the band, Tool. He releases one epic film, then just disappears and leaves everyone craving more.

I was also sorely disappointed that his Hellraiser remake fell through. I still think that he is the only man that could bring that extreme pain and torture back to life.

Pascal Laugier MARTYRS
Martyrs has scarred my mind forever.

That being said, now that Laugier has a new flick near ready for release, we know we’re going to be in for something special.

I have always wanted him to return to that depraved and bleak world he created with Martyrs. I always thought that the story was big enough for a continuation. Even though that never happened, I have been impressed by each film that the man has released.


The story follows a mother of two who inherits a home from her Aunt. On the first night in the new home, she is confronted with murderous intruders and fights for her daughters’ lives. Sixteen years later when the daughters reunite at the house, and that is when things get strange.


The teaser you’re about to see is only 20-seconds long, so don’t expect much. 

Enjoy the trailer

Ghostland is a film that we’ll be keeping a close eye on. Expect more update as the news is announced.

As always, thanks for reading.

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