INOPERABLE, a new hospital horror feature starring Danielle Harris of the HALLOWEEN and HATCHET franchises, has released its first teaser artwork.

INOPERABLE, filmed in the greater Tampa, FL area earlier this year, centers around a young woman in a seemingly evacuated hospital with a hurricane approaching that has awakened malevolent forces inside. The woman realizes she is trapped in a time loop and must escape the hospital before the storm passes, or she will be trapped there forever.

Writer and director is Christopher Lawrence Chapman, who directed the films “Morgan Pickett’s Charge” and “The Accident” and helped produce the new horror feature CLOWNTOWN.

Producer and co-writer is Jeff Miller (CLOWNTOWN, AXE GIANT: THE WRATH OF PAUL BUNYAN).

INOPERABLE also stars CLOWNTOWN alums Jeff Denton (THE BEAST OF BRAY ROAD), Katie Keene (UNION FURNACE), and Chris Hahn (AXE GIANT: THE WRATH OF PAUL BUNYAN), in addition to Michelle Marin (THE GAINESVILLE RIPPER), Cher Hubsher (“My Super Sweet 16″), and others.

Chapman’s Zorya Films is producing, in association with Miller’s Millman Productions. Robert Kurtzman’s Creature Corps did the film’s makeup effects, with David H. Greathouse (Syfy Channel’s “Face/Off”) supervising, and he, Barry Aslinger, and Beki Ingram handling the bulk of the effects.

Giorgio Daveed is a Producer and Director of Photography. Philip Jessen was Unit Production Manager. Ashley Eberbach was First Assistant Director. Bobby Marinelli was Production Designer.

The movie is scheduled to be finished in fall 2016.

For more information, please visit INOPERABLE’s official website at and at .

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