Jeff Barnaby's ("The Colony") compelling tale Rhymes for Young Ghouls has an official trailer. This Canadian shot film takes on a First Nation's issue - residential schools and the tragedy of these institutions. Rhymes for Young Ghouls stars Devery Jacobs and Mark Antony Krupa. This independent title, from Prospector Films, will release through a limited theatrical run January 31st, 2014. The film focuses on the character Aila (Devery Jacobs). Set in 1976, Aila must attend a residential school, called St. Dymphna's. True torture, Aila turns to more illicit affairs to free herself from such a burden. And, her life turns to turmoil when events threaten to return her to this school of terror. Rhymes for Young Ghouls has a visually stunning trailer, hosted below. Canadian director Barnaby continues to bring interesting Canadian tales to the forefront and film fans can enjoy an early look at his latest below. Release Date: Jan.