Stockholm Syndrome Film, the creators of the movies Madness and Blood Runs Cold (acquired by Bloody Disgusting Selects for a 2012 release) tells us about their newest ultra-violent Swedish horror that’s currently in post.
Tommy Wiklund and Sonny Laguna both direct Wither from a script they co-developed with David Liljeblad.
We’re told the film is about a swedish folklore that tells the legend about these creatures, almost human like, living underground. It has been told that if you disturb them, things can go very bad. When a group of friends get together for a weekend in an old deserted house, it doesn’t take a lot to awaken what lives underneath the floorboards.
Patrik Almkvist, Lisa Henni, Patrick Saxe, Amanda Renberg, Max Wallmo, Jessica Blomkvist, Anna Henriksson, Johannes Brost, Fredrik Dolk, A.R Hellquist, Ingar Sigvardsdotter, Ralf Beck, Sanna Ekman and Julia Knutson all star.
Laguna directed and Wiklund penned Blood Runs Cold. “Albin, his girlfriend Ida and their friends are all in their late twenties. During a family dinner, Albin’s dad tells the couple about a supposedly abandoned house deep in the woods. Albin and Ida sees this as an opportunity to get together with their friends one more time and spend the weekend there. They all get together and are soon on their way. Everyone is excited about seeing the mysterious house. Upon arriving two of the friends, Markus and Marie, decides to scare Albin by sneaking in through a window. Marie climbs in while Albin and the other tries to get the locked front door open. Inside the dark house, Marie stumbles upon a hatch that leads down to an underground area. Out of curiousness, she can’t resist to check it out. But underneath the ground, something is waiting for her….”
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