“Observant” and “picturesque” are not necessarily the foremost qualities a horror film strives for, but they’re the ones that apply to DESOLATION, in which a sensitivity to character and setting compensate somewhat for a lack of inventiveness and intensity when it comes to the fright components.
A mother and her young son encounter someone mysterious and extremely dangerous in DESOLATION, coming to select theaters, VOD and digital platforms this Friday, December 15. Jump past the jump for an exclusive excerpt and info on special screenings with talent attending in New York and Los Angeles.
No relation to the film of the same title opening Friday from IFC, DESOLATION is a psychological chiller marking the directorial debut of David Moscow, the child actor (he was the young Tom Hanks in BIG) turned producer (J.T. Petty’s HELLBENDERS). It’s coming next month, and we’ve got the details and poster.
It’s just not safe to go camping in the woods anymore, and further evidence is offered in DESOLATION, opening next month. The trailer and poster have just been unveiled, and we’ve also got the release info.