WHO’S IN IT?
John-Paul Howard (Hell or High Water), Piper Curda (School Spirits), Jamison Jones (Hollywood Homicide), Azie Tesfai (Me Him Her), Zarah Mahler (Leaving Barstow), Kevin Bigley (Stretch), Gabriela Quezada Bloomgarden (Flower), Richard Ellis (Killer Therapy), Blane Crockarell (film debut), Judah Abner Paul (The World Without You), Ja’layah Washington (film debut), Amy Waller (The Fall Guys), Madelynn Stuenkel (An Acceptable Loss)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Brett Pierce (Deadheads) and Drew T. Pierce (Deadheads), directors, writers; Ed Polgardy (The Ghostmaker) and Chang Tseng (Laid to Rest), producers; Devin Burrows (The Passage), composer; Conor Murphy (Homeward.), cinematographer; Terry Yates (LoveTrue), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
While he’s visiting his father for the summer, rebellious teenager Ben (Howard) discovers that a mysterious entity is haunting the young family living next door, which has begun to play a terrifying game as it preys upon the local children. It is now up to Ben in order to stop the malevolent being before it takes ahold of everything he holds dear…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
This supernatural thriller, with evil spirits and creepy performances galore, is the perfect film to watch at night with whoever you’re quarantined with and share some much-needed scares with.