WHO’S IN IT?
Thomas Jane (The Mist), Molly Parker (The Wicker Man), Neal McDonough (Minority Report), Brian d’Arcy James (Spotlight), Dylan Schmid (Step Dogs), Kaitlyn Bernard (No Men Beyond This Point), Roan Curtis (Before I Fall), Bob Frazer (Zacharia Farted), Patrick Keating (The Betrayed)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Zak Hilditch (These Final Hours), director, writer; Ross M. Dinerstein (The Pact), producer; Mike Patton (The Place Beyond The Pines), composer; Ben Richardson (Wind River), cinematographer; Merlin Eden (Hounds of Love), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In 1922, Nebraska farmer Wilfred James (Jane) plots to murder his wife Arlette (Parker) with the help of their teenage son Henry (Schmid). Once the deed is done, however, Wilfred begins to experience terrifying visions that overwhelm his feelings of guilt, and becomes convinced that his late wife is haunting him…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Stephen King’s terrifying novella is brought to life with some truly disturbing imagery and a stern, committed turn from Thomas Jane, who after headlining another previous King adaptation The Mist probably needs something (slightly) more uplifting than the ending to that film.