|Knocking on Death's Door|
|Directed by||Mitch Marcus|
|Produced by||Mary Ann Fisher|
|Written by||Craig J. Nevius|
|Distributed by||New Concorde|
|July 1999 (DVD)|
Knocking on Death's Door is a 1999 American-Irish horror film.
In a New England village, two newlywed students of the paranormal enter Hillside House to document the activities of a legion of ghosts. They uncover a murderous history that leads them into the clutches of a mysterious doctor.
- David Carradine as Doc Hadley
- Kimberly Rowe as Danielle Gallagher
- Brian Bloom as Brad Gallagher
- John Doe as Professor Ballard
- Concorde-New Horizons Readies 20th Anniversary Special Collector's Edition of "Piranha" Entertainment Editors. Business Wire21 July 1999: 1.
- Knocking on Death's Door O'Brien, C S. Video Business; Radnor Vol. 19, Iss. 16, (Apr 19, 1999): 20
- THE B-MOVIE LEGEND WHO INVADED CONNEMARA: With films like Bloodfist VIII and Little Shop Of Horrors, he was no Hollywood darling. But Roger Corman had a vast catalogue - much of it shot during five rather lively years in Galway... Friel, Jenny. Daily Mail 27 Sep 2014: 22.
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