In the tradition of such silent horror classics as NOSFERATU & HAXAN, and with a dash of early American film thrown into the mix (Famous Players Film Company, the works film pioneer D.W. Griffith, etc.,) comes Filmiracle Productions’ GARDEN OF SOULS.
This short horror photoplay is a modern attempt and replicating the style and atmosphere of those tinted silent films of yesteryear. For added authenticity, the film makes use of period special effects and was partly shot on-location in America’s first film town — Fort Lee, NJ. Renowned organist Peter Krasinki contributes an improvised score (the first and only take) which was recorded on the 1913 Hutchings-Votey organ in Providence, Rhode Island.
“Nothing short of brilliant…” -Tom Meyers, Fort Lee Film Commission