Francis Ford Coppola may be best known for cinematic epics like The Godfather (1972), The Conversation (1974), Apocalypse Now (1979), and Dracula (1992), but it was another film entirely that started a cult following for Coppola later in his career: the low budget chiller Dementia 13 (1963).

Dementia 13 was shot in 9 days, with a very low budget, and using the set of that film’s producer Roger Corman’s movie he was directing at the time titled The Young Racers. The film tells the story of a bizarre family gathering at their estate for a just as bizarre right of remembrance for the dead, and the axe-wielding maniac who infiltrates it all.

The re-imagining of Coppola’s film is being released by Chiller Films directed by Richard LeMay (of 2012’s Naked as We Came) and was written by Dan DeFilippo (of 2014’s Shockwave Darkside). It stars Christian Ryan, Julia Campanelli, Marianne Noscheze, and Ana Isabelle.

Expect a review of Dementia 13 (2017) from The 405 when it hits theaters Oct. 6 and Video on Demand Oct. 10. For now, enjoy the trailer for Coppola’s original embedded below.