It’s always a great morning when Jessica Cameron gets in contact with you, and made even better (if that’s possible) when she unleashes details on one of her latest projects where she stars in Matthew Currie Holmes’ directorial debut, Buckout Road, which also stars the one and only Danny Glover among many others.
Below, we have the first official trailer and details pertaining to the upcoming film which will be screening in Nashville, Tennessee on October 7 at 3:15pm as part of the International Black Film Festival as well as at Commffest 2017 in Toronto, Ontario on October 13 at 7:00pm.
From the Press Release:
Matthew Currie Holmes’ directorial debut, Buckout Road, just won its first film festival award and released a full-length trailer. This supernatural thriller, produced by John Gillespie & Brad Clark and stars: Evan Ross (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Lee Daniels’ Star ), Henry Czerny (Mission: Impossible, Quantico), Dominique Provost-Chalkley (Wynona Earp, Avengers: Age Of Ultron), Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon I-IV) and Colm Feore (House of Cards, Thor).
Having just started its festival run, Buckout Road already won Best Thriller Feature Film at the Hot Springs Horror Film Festival. This award-winning film is also nominated for Best Picture and Best Director at the World Music and Independent Film Festival.
October screenings for Buckout Road will be held in Nashville, Tennessee on October 7 at 3:15pm as part of the International Black Film Festival; and Toronto, Ontario on October 13 at 7:00pm as part of Commffest 2017.
Tickets for both screenings are available:
Buckout Road might be known as the most haunted road in New York State, but nobody really believed it… until now. A college class project on modern mythology turns deadly when a trio of students discovers a series of horrific urban legends surrounding Buckout Road may actually be true. The deeper they dig into the road’s dark, mysterious history, the more dangerous their quest becomes. From witches burning at the stake, to backwoods albino killers, to a modern, unstoppable stalker, writer/director and horror-film aficionado Matthew Currie Holmes leaves no genre unexploited in his loving throwback to late-80’s midnight movies.
Matthew Currie Holmes had this to say about horror: My favorite thing about the horror genre is that, at its core, horror is good, simple drama… but with way higher stakes.
For more information on the film, hit up their official Facebook page.