WHO’S IN IT?
Seána Kerslake (Dollhouse), James Cosmo (Trainspotting), Kati Outinen (The House of Branching Love), Simone Kirby (Alice Through The Looking Glass), Steve Wall (Nails), James Quinn Markey (film debut), Eoin Macken (Close), David Crowley (Love, Rosie)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Lee Cronin (film debut), director, writer; Stephen Shields (film debut), writer; Conor Barry (Love Eternal) and John Keville (You’re Ugly Too), producers; Stephen McKeon (My Name Is Emily), composer; Tom Comerford (Michael Inside), cinematographer; Colin Campbell (The Young Offenders), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In an attempt to escape her troubled past, Sarah O’Neill (Kerslake) moves to a backwood rural town with her young son Chris (Markey) to start a new life. However, a terrifying encounter with a mysterious neighbour shatters her sense of security, throwing her into a state of paranoia and mistrust whilst Chris beings displaying disturbing behaviour, which may be linked to an ominous sinkhole buried deep in the forest outside their home…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
This utterly terrifying horror already had audiences wetting themselves with fear at Sundance, and it’s bound to leave a mark when UK audiences get a chance to experience it for themselves.