Centers on a man (Biehn) who is reunited with his estranged son at a remote wedding party. When a storm strands the party, ugly truths are revealed.
A clumsy young man nurtures a plant and discovers that it’s a bloodthirsty plant, forcing him to kill to feed it.
Dog and Pony, who created incredible art for Crawl and Into the Dark, made the latest one-sheet for Treachery, which has a slew of new producers involved.
Tapped producers Rob Freeman and Cody Hackman have teamed with Michael Biehn and his BlancBiehn Productions partner and lifemate Jennifer Blanc Biehn have joined Treachery.
Treachery is a suspense drama featuring an ensemble cast that includes Michael Biehn (Tapped, The Divide, The Victim), Jennifer Blanc Biehn (“Dark Angel,” Wrong Cops, The Victim), Richard Gunn (“Dark Angel,” Granite Flats, For the Love of Money), Sarah Butler (I Spit on Your Grave remake), Caitlin Keats (Kill Bill Vol. 2, Broken English, Kiss of the Damned), Chris Meyer (Among Friends, Kiss of the Damned), Matthew Ziff (Truck Stop, Among Friends), Lorraine Ziff, Tanya Newbould (Skyline, The Victim), Christian Meoli, Jenise Blanc and Matthew Krause.
Travis Romero directs the film set in a remote cabin during a wedding party, where the reunion of an estranged father and son leads to discomfort among the group—and when a storm traps them inside, things get even more tense.
While the “Hell Hunters” story has already been debunked, Michael Biehn will officially star in Treachery, a thriller featuring an ensemble cast that also includes Jennifer Blanc Biehn (The Divide), Sarah Butler (I Spit on Your Grave), Caitlin Keats (Kill Bill Vol. 2), Chris Meyer (Among Friends) and Matthew Ziff (Truck Stop), says THR.
Travis Romero (TV’s “White Collar,” “The Victim”), is the writer and director of Treachery, which centers on a man (Biehn) who is reunited with his estranged son at a remote wedding party. When a storm strands the party, ugly truths are revealed.
Biehn is best known for his work in Terminator and Aliens movies but has developed a niche for himself producing low-budget grindhouse-style productions. He is producing Treachery via his BlancBiehn Productions, which he runs with his wife and partner Jennifer Blanc Biehn.
Shooting is set to take place in Los Angeles starting in June.