WHO’S IN IT?
Nicolas Cage (Mandy), Emily Tosta (Selfie Dad), Beth Grant (Donnie Darko), David Sheftell (Show Me What You Got), Caylee Cowan (Sunrise in Heaven), Kai Kadlec (film debut), Terayle Hill (Love, Simon), Christian Delgrosso (Mono), Jonathan Mercedes (film debut), Ric Reitz (Safe Haven), Chris Warner (The Life of David Gale), Grant Cramer (Raptor), Chris Padilla (Kill Katie Malone), Olga Cramer (Aliens from Uranus), Jiri Stanek (The Butcher of Prague), Taylor Towery (Cell), Chris Schmidt Jr. (Death House), Christopher Bradley (The Family Tree), Jessica Graves (EXTR), Duke Jackson (The American Gandhi), BJ Guyer (Grudge Match)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Kevin Lewis (Downward Angel), director; G.O. Parsons (film debut), writer; Grant Cramer (Lessons in Love), Jeremy Davis (film debut), Bryan Lord (29 Palms), Michael Nilon (The Trust) and David Ozer (film debut), producers; Émoi (film debut), composer; David Newbert (She’s Just a Shadow), cinematographer; Ryan Liebert (And Then There Was Eve), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
A quiet drifter (Cage) is stranded in a remote Nevada town, where he takes a night-shift janitor job at Willy’s Wonderland, a once-successful family entertainment centre. However, he soon discovers that the centre’s animatronic characters have come to life and are trying to kill him as well as a group of teenagers who have also found their way into the building. Now, he must fight back against the deadly animatronics and make it until the morning…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Nicolas Cage brings his A-game to this darkly funny B-movie that should tide things over until that Five Nights at Freddy’s movie eventually gets made.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
FRIDAY 12TH FEBRUARY 2021 (AVAILABLE ON DIGITAL PLATFORMS, INCLUDING AMAZON PRIME VIDEO)