Director and cinematographer Ryan Lightbourn (“Roid Rage”) has shared images and the trailer for Sleepwalkers, a new indie micro-budget creature feature now in post-production.
The film stars a shining cast of newcomers, such as starlets: Ansley Gordon and Amanda Phillips, horror movie veteran J. LaRose (Insidious 2), porn star Dale DaBone and. Together, this cast and their characters are drawn to the murky woods of Wekiva Springs, Florida, for an exciting Spring Break. In the darkness, they find more thrills than they expected, when creatures emerge from the local swamps.
The trailer shows Kyle (Evans), Kate (Gordon), Amy (Phillips), Owen (Owen) and Evan (Tommy Goodman) enjoying Florida’s great outdoors. But, Florida has its secrets. A terrifying presence inhabits these grounds and their bite is infectious and deadly. These five friends will have to band together with the locals, including a convict (Doo-Doo Brown), to find these monsters weaknesses and survive the night. Fans of horror can watch as mayhem is unleashed in the backwoods and bayous of the Sunshine State.
“Set in the deepest corners of Florida’s woods, five college students attempt to enjoy a festive spring break getaway when they encounter a deadly, nocturnal presence. As horrific events unfold, the group joins forces with a local convenience store owner and a prison escapee. With night time approaching, they must set aside their differences and use their wits to survive.”
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