Ukraine Supernatural Thriller GHOUL Haunts Its Way To U.S.


Hey gang! Petr Jákl‘s supernatural thriller GHOUL has broke all kinds of box office records in the Czech Republic and is gearing up to makes its premiere in the U.S. later this month.  The film opens in Los Angeles and New York on March 20th.


Shot on location in Ukraine, GHOUL is a blend of fact and fiction. GHOUL follows a group of broke fictional American documentary filmmakers traveling to Ukraine to report on the real-life Andrei Romanovich Chikatilo, known as the Rostov Ripper. Chikatilo terrorized more than 50 young victims in the late 70s and 80s and then ate parts of their bodies. He was executed in 1994.

Weaving in real archive video, the movie also follows the documentary filmmakers as they investigate how cannibalism swept through Ukraine during the notorious famine of 1932. After being lead deep into the vast Ukrainian forest for an interview with one of the last known survivors of the cannibalism epidemic, they are plagued with a series of unexplainable supernatural encounters and come face-to-face with the evil spirit of Chikatilo, who was born in the Soviet Union and was the most violent serial killer and cannibal of all time.


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