Set in a remote forest, “Nightlight” revolves around five teens and a prank that goes awry over the course of one long night. Story will be told from a singular point of view.
Indie supernatural thriller Nightlight, directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods from their own script, has unveiled a cast of Shelby Young (pictured; The Midnight Game , “American Horror Story”), Chloe Bridges (Forget Me Not), Carter Jenkins (Bad News Bears, Aliens in the Attic), Mitch Hewer and Taylor Murphy, reports Variety. Norton Herrick and Darren Brandl are producing. Herrick Entertainment is producing and financing the pic, which just wrapped on location in Utah.
“Set in a remote forest, ‘Nightlight’ revolves around five teens and a prank that goes awry over the course of one long night. Story will be told from a singular point of view.”
Herrick Entertainment’s projects included Vanishing on 7th Street.
Beck and Woods previously wrote, directed and produced the pilot “Spread” for MTV. READ MORE
When I was a freshman in high school, Bawitdaba was one of the biggest songs at the end of the year. Seriously, everyone had that damn song playing on their Discman (going old school here folks). So, naturally, I listened to Kid Rock to understand what the big deal was. Regardless of how I feel about his music (I think he needs to get back to rockin’ and quit all the countryin’), Kid Rock has come out with some ideas regarding the concert experience in general that I think we can all agree with, including nixing ticket convenience fees and slashing merch prices! Check it all out after the jump.