Reborn – USA, 2018

In Cannes, Jinga Films has finalised a US distribution deal with Vertical Entertainment for Julian Richards’ electro-kinetic horror film Reborn. Vertical is planning to theatrically release the film in at least ten cities including New York and Los Angeles, concurrently with premium placement on all VOD platforms and Home Video outlets.

Reborn received its world premiere at FrightFest in London and has since screened at over twenty festivals worldwide, winning six awards including Best Sci-Fi Feature at Another Hole In The Head, Best Horror Feature at Mad Monster Party and Best Director at Fantasporto.

Here’s our previous coverage of the movie:

‘Carrie for the Z Generation’

Reborn is a 2018 American paranormal horror feature film directed by British filmmaker Julian Richards (Daddy’s GirlShiver; The Last Horror Film; Darklands)) from a screenplay by Michael Mahin. The New Normal Productions/Jinga Films movie stars Michael Paré, Barbara Crampton, Kayleigh Gilbert and Chaz Bono.


A stillborn baby girl is abducted by a morgue attendant and brought back to life by electrokinetic power. On her sixteenth birthday, she escapes captivity and sets out to find her birth mother, leaving a trail of destruction behind her…

Cast and characters:

  • Michael Paré … Detective Marc Fox
  • Chaz Bono … Ken Stern
  • Barbara Crampton … Lena O’Neill
  • Monte Markham … Doctor Hetch
  • Annie Quigley … Record assistant
  • Bob Bancroft … Dr. Ince
  • Kayleigh Gilbert … Tess Stern
  • Leslie Simms … Mother Stern
  • Bob Levitan … Officer Hope
  • Sean Spence … Old Clerk
  • Chris Valenti … Stan
  • Alexa Maris … Gia Fontaine
  • Chris McGahan … Electrician

Filming locations:

Los Angeles, California

Running time:

80 minutes

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