By Clark Collis
May 04, 2015 at 08:51 PM EDT

One of the best-received movies at this weekend’s horror-themed Stanley Film Festival in Estes Park, Colo., was haunted house yarn, We Are Still Here. Written and directed by first-time filmmaker Ted Geoghegan, the film stars Andrew Sensenig (Upstream Color), Lisa Marie (Mars Attacks), and genre veterans Barbara Crampton and actor-director Larry Fessenden. Not that every festival attendee was familiar with the latter pair’s work. At a Q&A following the film’s Saturday night screening, one audience member provoked peals of laughter from his fellow cinemagoers when he asked if either of the duo—whose combined terror flick credits include You’re Next, From Beyond, Cabin Fever 2, Stake Land, FX’s vampire show The Strain, werewolf saga Late Phases, and cannibal tale We Are What We Are, to name but a few—had ever appeared in a horror movie before. In fact, We Are Still Here was just one of three Crampton-starring films which played at the festival, the other two being the intense drama Sun Choke and the 1985 cult classic Re-Animator.

Regardless! It was announced today that We Are Still Here will be released to cinemas and on VOD, June 5. You can see the film’s trailer below.