‘The Sound’ Marks Jenna Mattison’s Emotional Return to Filmmaking

Immersive, haunting and a psychological journey into the roots of our own fears, THE SOUND is the feature film directorial debut from writer/director/producer Jenna Mattison (“For The Love of Money) exploring the auditory roots of fear.

A powerful mix of horror and psychological thriller THE SOUND, is being released by Samuel Goldwyn Films theatrically September 29th nationwide as well as  Digital/VOD, and stars Rose McGowan (“Charmed”), Christopher Lloyd (“Back to the Future”), Michael Eklund (“Watchmen”), Richard Gunn (Netflix’s “Hemlock Grove”), and Jane Moffat (“Mama”).

THE SOUND is screenwriter and filmmaker Jenna Mattison’s directorial debut. She produced the film alongside the producer of “The Ring” franchise and the movie will be released in theaters by MGM in 2017.

While the THE SOUND is her directorial debut it also marks Mattison’s return to filmmaking after an accident that left her semi paralyzed and deaf. After years of surgery and rehabilitation she is thrilled to be working and creating again.

She is currently in development on her TV series being produced by Imprint Entertainment(“Twilight” Movies), Stephen Emery (“Gran Torino”), Lou Fusaro (“Ray Donavan,” “Californication”) and directed by David Von Anken (“Hell On Wheels”) set in New Mexico, Navajo Country.

Kelly (Rose McGowan) is a writer and a skeptic of the supernatural. As a specialist in acoustic physics she uses low frequency tactile sound-waves to debunk reported paranormal activities for her online blog. When presented a new case of a supposedly haunted subway station Kelly sets off to uncover the truth behind the hoax that involves a 40-year-old unexplained suicide. Her investigation takes her deep into the abandoned station where her skepticism is tested. As Kelly ascends into the depths of the metro’s darkness she is confronted by an unforeseen evil. In the vastness, she must face her own haunted memories to find the truth and surface back into the light.