Saturday Special: A Wakefield Project [Film]

 

“Eric and Reese invest in a property in the little town of Wakefield. Chloe a medium, who used to live in Wakefield returns to her roots to enlighten the new entrepreneurs on the history of the town. The property was originally owned by Nathan Cross (Rob Archer, Lost Girl), who’s post mortem crimes stain the entire town. On a day when unprecedented solar flares target North America, Wakefield becomes the centre of a temporary shift in atmospheric energies. The living are seeing the dead walk among them. As they find themselves in the heart of this nightmare until dawn, they need to face history in the flesh, and survive.” – October Coast PR

 

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Hello Folks! I hope you are all enjoying your Saturday. Although, does the day of the week truly matter these days? So, if this is a reminder, it is Saturday. And why not have escape from the horrors around us….with a wonderful horror film! Remember when a supernatural thriller was what we might have been most afraid of? Lol, what a time. Anyway, I am very excited to share with you all some info about an absolutely wonderful & layered supernatural fright fest of a film, A Wakefield Project. For a film covering a pretty common subject, the film is highly original. On first viewing, I got a somewhat more serious Shaun of the Dead vibe to it…sort of. I mean this because our heroes spend the first act of the film seemingly oblivious to the chaos that surrounds them, being the new kids in town that is. Much like SoD used this in a strictly comedic fashion, A Wakefield Project sees this concept as a fun move in a thriller as well. And Folks, it works! What we have is a well-rounded horror thriller that everyone should enjoy.

 

 

The team that makes up the film’s lovable duo of Eric & Reese, Anthony Bewlz & Dennis Andres, respectively, are probably the highlight of the film for me. One is a bro with a heart of gold, another is a bro with a heart of gold…and a constant hard on. The comedic elements of this team bring a bit of light to a very dark story, written by the third member of the actually, the wonderful Lindsey Seim, is incredible in her role as well! And of course the legendary Rob Archer’s big ass is there to really scare the hell out of us. What could make this monstrous man any more terrifying? I don’t know. How about if he was a god damned GHOST! In all seriousness though Folks, this is a wonderful film for horror fans and film buffs alike. With an independent eye but blockbuster worthy effects, A Wakefield Project is a must see!

 

A Wakefield Project is available now on DVD & VOD from High Octane Pictures.

 

 

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