Tyler Savage’s Inheritance Debuts on Digital HD June 15th
Festival Favorite Twists the Question of Nature vs. Nurture
Available Nationwide on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video
“In a world where everything’s been done before, it was nice to see Inheritance forge its own path” — Horror Society
“…a deftly woven, completely beguiling amalgamation of surrealist nightmare and pure state-of-nature human dread.” — Rue Morgue
Portola Pictures has announced the June 15th Digital HD release of Tyler Savage’s Inheritance. Savage directed from his own script, putting a chilling twist on the universal feeling of being trapped by your family history, for better or worse. Following the world premiere at Dances with Films, Inheritance has received high marks at festivals around the country. Dread Central raved, “Savage uses the dark essences of an even more gloomy past to highlight this modern-day ghost story.”
Tyler Savage makes his feature film debut alongside executive producer Nicholas Gonda (Tree of Life), cinematographer Drew Daniels (Krisha, It Comes At Night) and producers J.P. Castel (Krisha), Dash Hawkins (Party Crashers), and Chase Joliet (It Comes at Night), who also leads the cast. Inheritance will be available to rent or own on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video June 15th.
Joliet is joined onscreen by Sara Montez (“Pitch”), Tim Abell (Sniper: Special Ops), Kate Norby (The Devil’s Rejects), Dale Dickey (Hell or High Water, “True Blood”), Krisha Fairchild (Krisha) and Drew Powell (“Gotham”). The film was shot on location along the California coast and LA-based indie pop band Mini Mansions provided the score.
Ryan Bowman has just inherited a $2.5 million beach house on the central California coast from his biological father, a man he’s never known and thought long dead. Arriving in the charming town with his pregnant fiancée, Ryan’s curiosity about his father soon leads him into an introspective investigation. As a looming family presence tightens its grip on him, Ryan pushes away his adoptive family and expectant fiancé. When he finally discovers the horrifying truth about his birth parents, he might be too late to stop himself from repeating a similar pattern…