David Spaltrow Goes … In the Dark

Award-winning indie director David Spaltrow (Things I Don’t Understand, …Around) has just completed the horror film, …In the Dark, a new spin on the haunted house trope, a joint production with Seven Oaks Films and Intimation Prods., exec produced by Sital Sal Jain, produced by Jesse R. Tendler, and line produced by Lee Gillentine.

…In the Dark, about a skeptical grad student and a renowned paranormal specialist who investigate a potentially haunted home, and the troubled, young woman inside whose affliction may be beyond their realmstars Grace Folsom, Lynn Justinger, Fiona Horrigan, Catherine Cobb Ryan, and Kayla Leasure.

“…In the Dark  is my attempted shot of energy and breath of fresh air in a popular, but overcrowded genre marketplace, ” Spaltrow said, “combining both the appeal of the thrills and chills that is a staple of the horror genre, as well as a strong, original story, headed by a female cast of some of NYC’s most talented actresses.”

Spaltrow added that it’s a “lovingly bloody valentine to the  inspirational works of Stephen King, John Carpenter, The X-Files, and The Exorcist,” shot by cinematographer Gus Sacks and with a score by award-winning composer Fritz Myers of Platitude Music (IFC’s White Reindeer). The VFX supervisor is Tony Hudson (Star Trek: The Next Generation); on set practical make up effects and creature design were provided by Emmy award-winning Monster in My Closet (Boardwalk EmpireThe Amazing SpiderMan 2); sound mix and design were by Grammy award-winning sound mixer, Carlos “Storm” Martinez of CreativeMixing (Oscar-winning short God of Love).


Posted on by Bill Desowitz in Below the Line, Cinematography, Crafts, Movies, Music, Oscar, Sound, Tech, Trailers, VFX

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