Welcome to the asylum…
CAIN HILL is a 70’s/80’s-style low-budget high production-value feature film that has a very established and experienced cast and crew from the professional film industry.
The story follows a group of documentary filmmakers who are filming a special about the events that occurred at the famous and mysterious abandoned Cain Hill asylum many years earlier, and the unexplained deaths that have occurred at the site since then. The group soon learn that one of the inmates never left Cain Hill at all…
Starring: Gemma Atkinson, Alex Zane, Michael Parr, Phill Martin, Tony Cook, Ben Mansbridge, David Whitney, Hannah Jacobs, and Edward Elgood
Directed by: Gene Fallaize (‘Superman: Requiem’, ‘Dark Ascension’, ‘Dudley’)
Written by: Tony Cook, Michael James Dean, and Gene Fallaize
Like the horrors of the 70’s; dripping with tension, suspense, dread and fear!
Enjoy the first look at “Cain Hill”…
Talking about the tension in “Cain Hill” director/writer Gene Fallaize says, “And that is what excited me about Cain Hill. The opportunity to make a horror, old-school style, that allows tension and fear of the situation to make the audiences watch it from behind a pillow, or want to shout “get out of there, run!” at the screen.
My favourite quote, and my mantra when it comes to filmmaking, comes from Carl Laemmle, the legendary founder of Universal Studios. He said “Movies should make you laugh, cry, or sit on the edge of your seat“. I’ve always tried to keep this in mind in my 15 years in TV and film, and it’s no more relevant than on Cain Hill.”
Coming to DVD in 2017!
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