We’re getting word on a new horror feature that has just wrapped called Uncaged, with first time feature director Daniel Robbins behind the wheel. The film was shot in New York and features Gene Jones (No Country For Old Men, The Sacrament). Writing duties fell to Robbins and Mark Rapaport
In the film, “After several nights of waking up in the woods, a troubled teen straps a camera to himself to document how he’s getting there, only to find some things are better left a mystery…” Similar to Sinister, the film is said to marry found-footage with a more traditional shooting style.
Producer Raphael Margules on the project, “One of the great things about Contracted’s success was it gave us the opportunity to help out talented friends we wanted to see making movies. Daniel Robbins may not be a household name in the genre right now, but we think this film should showcase a new and exciting voice to the public.”
The film is expected to debut later this year. BoulderLight Pictures is representing the film for Worldwide Rights. Uncaged was produced by Jonathan Frager with Raphael Margules and J.D. Lifshitz serving as Executive Producers.
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