Video: Oklahoma-filmed horror Western 'The Pale Door' released on streaming, out soon on DVD and Blu-ray
Filmed in Oklahoma last summer, the hybrid horror Western "The Pale Door" is now available for streaming, with a DVD and Blu-ray release planned for later this fall.
After a train robbery, two brothers leading a gang of cowboys must survive the night in a ghost town inhabited by a coven of witches. The film was directed by Aaron B. Koontz ("Scare Package," "Camera Obscura"), who co-wrote it with Cameron Burns ("Camera Obscura") and Keith Lansdale (“Creepshow”).
It is presented and executive produced by Joe R. Lansdale, writer of "Bubba Ho-Tep" and "Cold in July."
Oklahoma locations featured in "The Pale Door" include the Snake River Junction Old West outpost in Bray; the Oklahoma Railway Museum in Oklahoma City; the Jones Homestead near OKC; and Rollins Creek Old West Town outside of Guthrie, according to the Oklahoma Film + Music Office.
The film is available for streaming on YouTube, Google Play and Amazon Prime Video.
Following its recent release in select theaters on demand and in digital cinemas, "The Pale Door" will be released Oct. 6 on Blu-ray and DVD, according to Dread Central.