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Christopher Webster [Celluloid 01.23.12] horror



The Culling comes from a long line of supernatural thrillers that use a haunted location to bring an eerie vibe to audiences. Films like Spider Baby (1968), The Amityville Horror (1979), and Poltergeist (1982) defined the modern era of the haunted house style of film with surreal aspects of filmmaking and mystery.

Meanwhile, the Paranormal Activity series of films continue to redefine what is truly terrifying when you are trapped with a spirit in a small and confining space. The Culling hopes to further shape this sub-genre by both building tension through what is not seen and removing characters not deemed worthy by a strange family.

The Culling has recently completed production. Produced by Safady Entertainment (Machine Gun Preacher) and Silver Lining Media group, the story is about...

Synopsis:
Five friends head out of town for road trip to a summer concert. A
change of plans arise as they find a seven-year-old girl left alone in
a parking, leaving them no choice but to find her parents. The little
girl’s house is well out of the way and secluded. When they arrive at
her house it’s quickly apparent they will have to stay for the night.
What is not is foreseen is the evil nightmare they are about to
encounter.



The Culling stars Jeremy Sumpter, Elizabeth Di Prinzio, Brett Davern, Chris Coy, Linsey Godfrey, Virginia Williams, Johnathon Schaech, and Harley Graham.

It is helmed by actor and director Rustam Branaman (Project Solitude).







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