The Night House

CONTEST: See an Advance Screening of THE NIGHT HOUSE!

Looking for a spooky summer psychological horror offering to sink your teeth into? The Night House has got you covered. Rebecca Hall (Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Christine) stars as Beth, a woman left reeling after her husband’s sudden death. Left alone in the lakeside home he built prior to his demise, she begins to experience disturbing nightmares and visions of a ghostly presence invading the property. Against the advice of her concerned friends, Beth begins to dig deeper into her husband’s belongings and his past, looking for answers. What she finds proves the adage that some things are better left buried.

With a stellar supporting cast that includes Vondie Curtis-Hall, Sarah Goldberg, Evan Jonigkeit, and Stacy Martin, and directed by David Bruckner (V/H/S), The Night House is set to be a strange and disturbing addition to the popular genre. Though it premiered at Sundance in 2020, the pandemic left the film’s release in limbo…until now. It is finally set to open wide in theatres August 20, but That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to see it before anyone else! Advanced screenings will be taking place in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver on August 18 – and we’ve got some passes to give away to each courtesy of Searchlight Pictures.

Watch the trailer and then check out contest details below!


To enter our The Night House contest just follow these super simple instructions:

On Instagram

  1. Follow That Shelf on Instagram
  2. Like our Night House post.
  3. Then tell us the name of your city and tag a friend in the comments!


On Twitter:

    1. Follow us on Twitter
    2. Then reply to this tweet letting us know your favourite horror film and the name of your city!

One entry per person. Multiple entries will be disqualified. Contestants must be residents of Canada. No purchase necessary. Winners will be notified via direct message. The contest closes at 11:59pm EST on Saturday, August 14th. 

The Night House opens in theatres August 20, 2021.