I’ve been looking forward to Dark Was the Night so I’m stoked to be able to announce that Los Angeles readers can see it early in October. I hung on the set of the film and was impressed with what I saw, from the practical creature effects to the cast, which included Kevin Durand, Lukas Hass, Heath Freeman, Sabina Gadecki and Nick Damici. The film was directed by Jack Heller from a script by Tyler Hisel and was produced by Caliber Media.
In the film, “an evil is unleashed in a small town when a logging company sets up shop in the neighboring woods.” And you can see it soon if you live in Los Angeles! We can exclusively report that Dark Was the Night is set to premiere at Screamfest (it’s not on the lineup yet but it will be) in October. The fest runs from October 14th-23rd at the TCL Chinese Theaters. Be sure to check it out!
Head below for the teaser poster designed by Brandon Schaefer.
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