Scott Haze, Kate Lyn Sheil’s horror film hits theaters and PVOD next month
A trailer has been released for The Seeding, starring Scott Haze and Kate Lyn Sheil, heading to theaters and PVOD in January
Barnaby Clay has directed music videos for the likes of Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Take That, created unique art installations, won awards for short films, and created the documentary. SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of the Rock. Now he has made his documentary debut with the horror film The Seedingwhich is set to hit theaters and PVOD next January 26th. With that date just a month away, a trailer for The Seeding has arrived online and can be seen in the bed above.
It is Scott Haze of Venom and Jurassic World: Dominion and Kate Lyn Sheil of The Sacrament and She will die tomorrowThe film has the following synopsis: When a walker gets lost in the wilderness, a group of mischievous children driven by a terrifying legacy are caught up in a tragic battle for survival with a terrifying ending.. Here’s another summary: A hiker lost in the wilderness takes refuge with a woman who lives alone, and soon discovers that she may not be there willingly.
Clay gave this statement: “The Seeding dealing with big themes, but in a small way, almost like a grown-up brutal version of a children’s story or fable – something to carry under your skin and stick around for a while. I hope that, like all great horror, it speaks some truth about human nature, even if it has a side we’d rather not see..” He also told our friends at Bloody Disgusting, “The film has been in the pipeline for a long time, so it’s exciting for people to finally get to know it. I say ‘experience’ because I decided to do it The Seeding as soft as possible. It’s not a film to feel removed from, it’s an experience that pulls you through the sand, the heat, the decay, and also the natural beauty of the world it’s in. it takes place. I had the same feeling watching certain films from the 70s, mostly from Australia; Hike, picnic at Hanging Rock, Wake up in fear – I left those films sunburned and destroyed. I was also struck by films from the same era such as salvation, which depicts the male psyche in its most primitive reactive form. Who knows how you would react in a similar situation? I might not work too well.”
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