The Deep House trailer: Camille Rowe in an underwater haunted house, from the directors of Inside

Discover the first images of The Deep House, a horror film set in a haunted house … under water!

Getting stuck in a haunted house is stressful enough, but imagine yourself stranded in a creepy mansion inhabited by spirits … underwater!

This is what happens to the couple of The Deep House, a new horrific feature film by the tandem Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury.

The filmmakers are specialists in the horror-horror genre. We owe them in particular Inside, Livid or Leatherface, which told the origins of the killer of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

This time, the duo takes us to the southwest of France in the company of a young American couple specializing in urbex (urban exploration), Tina and Ben. They decide to go explore a supposedly haunted house that was buried under an artificial lake in the middle of the Pyrenees.


Led to the scene by a somewhat strange old man, they dive to explore the house, persuaded to hold their next blockbuster video there. They sink into the depths of the lake and manage to enter the house.

But it seems to close in on them and the young couple find themselves trapped in this place loaded with the darkest stories.

Camille Rowe and James Jagger are the main characters in this feature film which promises to be a source of anxiety. The haunted house / underwater depths combination promises good times of stress!

Note that the shooting took place in 2020, from January 27 to March 13 and from June 15 to 26 at Studios Lites (in Vilvoorde, Belgium), in the Occitanie region (Raviège and Saint Peyres lakes) from 6 to July 10, and at Bry-sur-Marne Studios from July 13 to 17.

Get ready to inject yourself with a good dose of adrenaline for the film’s theatrical release on June 30. Underwater, no one will hear you scream …

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