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Ghost House Pictures
Company typePrivate
Industry
Founded2002; 22 years ago (2002)
Founders
Headquarters,
United States
Key people
  • Sam Raimi
  • Robert Tapert
DivisionsGhost House Underground

Ghost House Pictures is an American film and television production company founded in 2002 by Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert.[1] It produces horror films such as The Grudge, 30 Days of Night, Drag Me to Hell, Evil Dead and Don't Breathe.[2]

Ghost House Pictures

Release date Film Director(s) Budget Gross Distributor(s)
October 22, 2004 The Grudge Takashi Shimizu $10 million $187.3 million Sony Pictures Releasing
February 4, 2005 Boogeyman Stephen Kay $20 million $67.2 million
October 13, 2006 The Grudge 2 Takashi Shimizu $20 million $70.7 million
February 2, 2007 The Messengers Pang brothers $16 million $55.1 million
June 1, 2007 Rise: Blood Hunter Sebastian Gutierrez $2.9 million Destination Films
Samuel Goldwyn Films
October 19, 2007 30 Days of Night David Slade $30 million $80.3 million Sony Pictures Releasing
January 8, 2008 Boogeyman 2 Jeff Betancourt $4.5 million $1.8 million Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
January 20, 2009 Boogeyman 3 Gary Jones $156,941
May 12, 2009 The Grudge 3 Toby Wilkins $1.9 million
May 29, 2009 Drag Me to Hell Sam Raimi $30 million $91.4 million Universal Pictures
July 22, 2009 Messengers 2: The Scarecrow Martin Barnewitz $1.5 million Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
October 5, 2010 30 Days of Night: Dark Days Ben Ketai
August 31, 2012 The Possession Ole Bornedal $14 million $85.4 million Lionsgate
April 5, 2013 Evil Dead Fede Álvarez $17 million $97.5 million Sony Pictures Releasing
May 22, 2015 Poltergeist Gil Kenan $35 million $95.7 million 20th Century Fox
August 26, 2016 Don't Breathe Fede Álvarez $9.9 million $158.9 million Sony Pictures Releasing
January 3, 2020 The Grudge Nicolas Pesce $10 million $49.5 million
April 2, 2021 The Unholy Evan Spiliotopoulos $10 million $30.8 million
August 13, 2021[3] Don't Breathe 2[4] Rodo Sayagues $15 million $53.8 million
September 15, 2021 Nightbooks David Yarovesky Netflix
April 21, 2023[5] Evil Dead Rise Lee Cronin $15 million $146.5 million Warner Bros. Pictures

Ghost House Underground

Release date Film Director(s) Distributors
June 24, 2008 The Tattooist Peter Burger Ghost House Underground
October 14, 2008 Brotherhood of Blood Peter Scheerer
Michael Roesch
Dark Floors Pete Riski
Room 205 Martin Barnewitz
The Substitute Ole Bornedal
Trackman Igor Shavlak
The Last House in the Woods Gabriele Albanesi
No Man's Land: The Rise of Reeker Dave Payne
Dance of the Dead Gregg Bishop
October 6, 2009 Seventh Moon Eduardo Sánchez
Offspring Andrew van den Houten
The Children Tom Shankland
The Thaw Mark A. Lewis
February 14, 2011 Stag Night Peter A. Dowling
February 22, 2011 Psych: 9 Andrew Shortell

Television series

Year Series Creator(s) Network
2007 Devil's Trade Toby Wilkins Fearnet
30 Days of Night: Blood Trails Víctor Garcia
2008 30 Days of Night: Dust to Dust Ben Ketai
2009 13: Fear Is Real Gunnar Wetterberg The CW
2010 Zombie Roadkill Dave Green Fearnet

See also

References

  1. ^ Dixon, Wheeler Winston (2010-08-24). A History of Horror. Rutgers University Press. pp. 161–162. ISBN 9780813550398.
  2. ^ Chapman King, Lynnea (October 10, 2014). The Coen Brothers Encyclopedia. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 160. ISBN 0810885778.
  3. ^ Rubin, Rebecca (October 21, 2020). "'Ghostbusters' Sequel Moves to Summer 2021". Variety. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
  4. ^ Reimann, Tom (October 8, 2020). "'Don't Breathe 2' Has Apparently Finished Filming and We Didn't Even Know It Had Started". Collider. Retrieved October 9, 2020.
  5. ^ Squires, John (August 24, 2022). "'Evil Dead Rise' Getting a Theatrical Release in April 2023!". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved August 24, 2022.