One of the most anticipated screenings that will be occurring this weekend at the respected New York City Horror Film Fest is the Joe Dante produced creepfest Camp Cold Brook. The film will be making its east coast debut at the fest – and to celebrate the event, we’ve got a handful of exclusive pics from the film. Starring Chad Michael Murray and Danielle Harris – the film lays out the following tale: “Chad Michael Murray stars as reality TV producer and host Jack Wilson, who finds himself in a tough spot when his show â€œHaunt Squadâ€ is about to be canceled. In a last-ditch effort to spark ratings, he and his producer Angela, Danielle Harris, choose to film their next episode at the legendary Camp Cold Brook, which was host to a horrific incident where the young campers were drowned in a nearby creek 20 years ago. Their arrival begins like any other episodeâ€¦ but the TV crew find that they get more than they bargained for.” Director Andy Palmer explains his commitment to the project: “What drew me to Camp Cold Brook, beyond it being one of the scariestÂ scripts Iâ€™ve ever read, is the wonderful dancing dualities that writer AlexÂ Carl created in this world. The innocence of summer campÂ paired with the horror inflicted upon Bernadeau and her childÂ and eventually the children she puts under herÂ spell. A down on its luck reality crew, who haveÂ grown jaded from years of haunted houses with noÂ hauntings, suddenly being thrust into givenÂ everything they always were searching for, and yetÂ probably wonâ€™t live to broadcast. This same duality is present visually inÂ the film, with a kinetic energy pushing the story forward andÂ then slowing it way, way down in those moments of tension.Â Every creek, every moan drawn out, which draws theÂ audience in; One scare, one shriek at a time. Itâ€™s a simpleÂ ghost story, with complicated characters. Itâ€™s somethingÂ an audience will feel theyâ€™ve seen a thousand times, until weÂ give them something, theyâ€™ve never seen before.” The film will screen Friday night – Nov. 30th at 7 PM.Â If you’re in the area and want to be a part of the event – and I highly recommend you do, if you’re able – then follow THIS LINK and you’ll find all the info you need to get your seats.