Cranked Up Films, Good Deed Entertainment’s genre label, has announced the acquisition of horror film ALIVE. The independent studio will release the film, starring Thomas Cocquerel (“The 100”), Camille Stopps (“Reign”) and Angus Macfadyen (“Strange Angel”) in the U.S. to theaters and on demand September 18.
Alive. is directed by Rob Grant, who was awarded “Best Director” at both HorrorHaus Film Festival and New York City Horror Film Festival for the feature. The film’s additional honors include Austin Film Festival’s Audience Award, “Best Feature Film” at Atlanta Horror Film Festival and “Best Thriller Feature Film” from Shriekfest, among others. The script is the feature film debut for writers Chuck McCue and Jules Vincent. McCue and Vincent also served as Producers alongside Lars Lehmann (Knuckleball) and Michael Peterson (Bloodthirsty).
In the chilling tale, a severely injured man (Cocquerel) and woman (Stopps) awaken in an abandoned sanitorium with no memory of who they are or what has happened. A sadistic caretaker (Macfadyen) discourages their questions and doles out punishments whenever they refuse to cooperate or try to escape. When they finally make their escape to freedom, they discover the answers to who they are – revealing even greater horror. TO BE RELEASED IN THEATERS AND ON DEMAND SEPTEMBER 18.
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