Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum is the real deal. Deeply unsettling and unrelentingly scary,
it is a film that must be seen.” ~ Jonathan Barkan, DREAD CENTRAL

Forget The Blair Witch Project, director [Jung Bum-Shik]’s take on the ‘found footage’ genre elevates horror to a whole new level …” ~ James Marsh, SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

The crew of a horror web series travels to an abandoned asylum for a live broadcast. They soon encounter much more than expected as they move deeper inside the nightmarish old building in the horror thriller “Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum”, terrorizing on digital, Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD September 18 from Well Go USA Entertainment. An updated take on the “found footage” genre of thrillers, Director Jung Bum-Shik (Epitaph, Horror Stories) assembled a cast of mostly newcomers for “Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum”, including Wi Ha-Jun, Park Sung-Hun, Lee Seung-Wook, Oh Ah-Yeon, Park Ji-Hyun, Yoo Je-Yoon and Mun Ye-Won.

Based on the local legends and stories of people who’ve visited the real-life abandoned hospital, “Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum” follows the crew of a horror web show who plan to stream live from inside the asylum. To attract more viewers, the show’s host arranges some scares for the team, but as they move further into the nightmarish old building, they begin to encounter much more than expected.

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Country of Origin: South Korea

“Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum” has a runtime of approximately 93 minutes and is not rated.

Blu-ray Combo Pack DVD
Catalog #: WGU03000B Catalog #: WGU01998D
UPC Code: 810348030009 UPC Code: 812491019986
Pre-Order Date: 8/14/2018 Pre-Order Date: 8/14/2018
SLP: $29.98 SLP: $24.98

On paper I am an Italian living in London, in reality I was born and bread in a popcorn bucket. I've loved cinema since I was a little child and I’ve always had a passion and interest for Asian (especially Japanese) pop culture, food and traditions, but on the cinema side, my big, first love is Hong Kong Cinema. Then - by a sort of osmosis - I have expanded my love and appreciation to the cinematography of other Asian countries. I like action, heroic bloodshed, wu-xia, Shaw Bros (even if it’s not my specialty), Anime, and also more auteur-ish movies. Anything that is good, really, but I am allergic to rom-com (unless it’s a HK rom-com, possibly featuring Andy Lau in his 20s)"