AYLA: See Dee Wallace and Tristan Risk in Teaser For Elias Ganster's New Flick

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AYLA: See Dee Wallace and Tristan Risk in Teaser For Elias Ganster's New Flick
Screen Anarchy is happy to premiere the first teaser for Ayla, the new film from writer/director Elias Ganster (Gut). 
Elton, a man haunted by the mysterious death of his 4-year-old sister, brings her back to life thirty years later as an adult woman, with dire consequences. 
It is an interesting teaser, with hints of some body horror going on in there along with glimpses of the always fascinating Tristan Risk. Out of curiousity I looked up the meaning of her character's name Ayla. It is Hebrew and Turkish in origin and could either mean oak tree, halo or moonlight. I cannot say if any of that ends up being intentional on Ganster's part but nature does appear to weigh in thematically here, as it also does in the luring key art.
The film stars Tristan Risk (American Mary) as Ayla and Nicholas Wilder (Gut) as Elton. They are joined by Dee Wallace (E.T., The Howling), Sarah Schoofs (Phobia), D'Angelo Midili (The Invoking), with appearances by Bill Oberst Jr. (Resolution) and Andrew Sensenig (We Are Still Here).
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cjohnstonJuly 7, 2017 1:45 PM

Sounds Interesting and more than a bit Intriguing... ..any news on a U.S. bound release date .?
...I'm just Hoping it goes the way of Under the Skin (Awesome.) and not the way of Evil Dead.. ...(..not - boring --- but not really all that engaging either..).
I also Really Dig that poster there... ..maybe more than i should...

ManateeAdvocateJuly 7, 2017 6:54 PM

Oh my. That looks wonderfully creepy coupled with some heartbreak. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. It's on my "keep an eye out for list" now.

Also, Dee Wallace.

Troy ClavellJuly 8, 2017 5:59 AM

I'm going to give this movie a go someday. I have not seen any of Elias Ganster's work, which is funny considering I am friends with him on Facebook. He friend requested me, I had no idea who he was although I had heard of Gut. I chatted with him once, he seems like a good dude.