The Wind explores an unseen evil as it haunts a homestead in a remote stretch of land on the 19th-century American frontier – Lizzy Macklin is a tough, resourceful frontierswoman settling a remote stretch of land on the 19th-century American frontier.
The Wind opens in theaters and On Demand on April 5th. The chilling trailer follow.
A time of starvation. The Survivalist lives off a small plot of land hidden deep in forest protecting his crop from intruders with his shotgun and improvised traps. But the long years alone have taken their toll on him and he is beginning to lose his grip on reality.
One reviewer has described The Survivalist as ‘Mad Max in the countryside.’ The trailer definitely lives up that description.
The Survivalist will be in theaters and on VOD on May 19th.
Fair disclosure: I saw backcountry in September at the Calgary International Film Festival. It played there as a film made by a Canadian crew – including Alberta director Adam MacDonald – and because it was really, really good. My CIFF review follows the jump.
Night of the Living Dead Meets Mad Max – that’s got to be how Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead was pitched to potential investors. And really, that’s the best way to describe it to anyone.
You can see what I mean by simply following the jump (unless, of course, blood, gore, bad language and extreme violence might put you off…). Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead will be in select theaters on February 13th. There’s something so right about that…
You know that saying that there is nothing new under the sun? Well, the poster for +1 (above) only hints at a genuinely unique idea for a movie. I have seen hundreds of supernatural thrillers, but I have not seen anything like this before. To learn more, follow the jump to the official tag and a link to the surprising trailer.