Angry and upset after a sudden breakup with her fiance, Grace Crawford seeks sanctuary at the remote home of her sister, Catherine. It becomes clear that Catherine is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia, much like their late mother, who had taken her own life. While coming to terms with this heavy realization, Grace also uncovers another terrible little secret that has her struggling to maintain her own sanity and ultimately scurrying to save herself and her family from further harm.
Meet the Cast
Amanda Markowitz was recurring on CBS' The Bold & The Beautiful and NBC's Heartbeat. She stars alongside 7-time Emmy Award Winning actor Ed Asner in the romantic comedy Love Meet Hope. Amanda has a leading role in the feature film Mr. Malevolent, with David Alan Grier, Gary Cole, Vivica A. Fox and Chris Kattan. She recently starred alongside Zack Ward in the psychological thriller Good Girl, produced in association with Darren Lynn Bousman (Director of Saw II-IV). She just wrapped production on the feature film Healing Hands, directed by John Murlowski.
Victoria Matlock is a native of Salt Lake City, Utah. She majored in Musical Theatre at the University of Northern Colorado and spent 15 years in New York City as a Broadway actress. Victoria was last seen on Broadway as Dyanne in Million Dollar Quartet and she is also known for her portrayal of the iconic Elphaba in the Broadway smash Wicked. She's been honored to work with such illustrious names as Hal Prince, Jack O'Brien, Jerry Mitchell and Frank Wildhorn. She’s continued her acting career on the screen, appearing on CBS’s soap opera As the World Turns and in the film The Stepford Wives.
Linda "Lin" Shaye is an acclaimed actress who kicked off her career under the direction of Jack Nicholson in 1978’s Goin’ South. She quickly became known as a character actor and gave memorable comedic performances in many films by the Farrelly brothers, including Dumb and Dumber, Kingpin, and There’s Something About Mary. More recently, Lin has become regarded as the Godmother of Horror due to her roles in various horror franchises or films including the Insidious franchise, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, 2001 Maniacs, The Signal, Critters, Dead End, Amityville: A New Generation, Abattoir, and Ouija.
Brendan Sexton was born in Staten Island, New York and made his film debut in Todd Solondz’s Welcome to the Dollhouse playing the troubled bully Brandon McCarthy, for which he was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. He was the lead in Hurricane Streets and Desert Blue and also appeared in Boys Don’t Cry, Black Hawk Down, and Just Like the Son, as well as the cult films Empire Records and Pecker. Most recently, he was seen as Belko Royce in AMC’s popular series The Killing and in Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri alongside Frances McDormant and Sam Rockwell. .
Meet the Directors
Wesley Alley grew up in a small ranch town in Idaho, where his love for the outdoors, adventure, and excitement was matched only by his love for movies. He distinctly remembers the first time he watched The Goonies and knew he wanted to make movies like that - movies that affected and changed people’s lives. He attended Boise State University for Performance and Direction and then went to Full Sail University, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Film and Television Production and a Master’s Degree in Business. After graduating, he became a Union Lighting Technician and joined IATSE Local 728, one of the best Set Lighting Unions in the world. Wesley has worked on some of the biggest movies, including Transformers, Kong: Skull Island, and TMNT, as well as TV shows, including Twin Peaks, Ray Donovan, and CSI. Through all this, he has continued directing, using what he learns from the best and the brightest on these larger productions to take every project to the next level. Wesley is a storyteller at heart who has a deep love for narrative stories of all kinds.
Bradley Fowler hails from Cedar Rapids, Iowa and received his degree in Business from the University of Northern Iowa, where he was also a member of the perennial powerhouse football team. While studying there, he was also President of the International Business Club. After graduating, he worked for BBDO West, an advertising agency, and later moved to sales where he worked for a Fortune 500 company where he grossed over $3.5 million in sales. During his time at these companies, Bradley pursued his passion in entertainment. He ventured into stand-up comedy, where he found his passion for writing. He spent over five years as a professional comedian and has written many screenplays, including the heartwarming, award-winning romance Love Meet Hope. As an actor, he was most recently seen in the Festival hits Johnny’s Sweet Revenge and Texas Heart. He currently has several additional films in production. It has been Bradley’s obsession with storytelling on every level that led him towards directing.