The upcoming “Berkshire County” promises all the most horrifying things we can think of in one feature film. Pig-faced children. Part-time babysitting jobs at isolated houses in the woods. Halloween tricks and treats. Home-invading psychotics…
We’ll keep an eye on this one and see what they do with all these elements in one film.
Here’s the official press release:
Feature film “Berkshire County” is set to begin principal photography in Toronto this April of 2013.
CFC alumni Audrey Cummings is set to direct her debut feature “Berkshire County” to be edited by Michael Mason (“Cabin Fever: Patient Zero”/”A Little Bit Zombie”) this April in Toronto. Pre-production has already begun on this much-anticipated horror/thriller with DOP Michael Jari Davidson (“Familiar”) and Producer Bruno Marino (“Tapped”/”Sick”).
Logline: When a late night knock at the door signals the arrival of three psychotics, a teenage girl must go beyond what she ever thought capable in order to survive.
Synopsis: The feature length thriller follows a self-loathing teen who reluctantly agrees to babysit at an isolated country home on Halloween night. But when a small boy in a pig mask appears at the door looking for candy, her night takes a horrifying turn for the worst. What ensues is a violent home invasion which forces our unlikely heroine to go beyond what she ever thought capable in order to survive.
For more information, contact Bruno Marino at BerkshireCountymovie@gmail.com.