Release Date: March 04, 2011
Starring Michael Biehn, Nolan Gerard Funk, Jonathan Walker, Brett Rickaby
Directed by Stevan Mena
A teenage girl incurs the wrath of a psychotic killer after discovering the whereabouts of a young boy who's been missing for five years in this horror thriller from Malevolence writer/director Stevan Mena. Six-year-old Martin (Spencer List) was playing in his front yard when he was coaxed into a truck by reclusive maniac Graham Sutter (Brett Rickaby). In the years that followed, Sutter kept Martin locked up in a deserted Pennsylvania pig farm, all the while forcing the young boy to witness the most cruel forms of torture imaginable. Five years later, 17-year-old Allison Miller (Alexandra Daddario) is jogging in the country when she catches a glimpse of the young boy in one of the factory windows. Informed by her uncle Jonathan (Michael Biehn) that the factory has been abandoned for years, curious Allison returns shortly thereafter in an attempt to find the young boy, only to realize that once she has gotten in, she may never make it out alive.
Synopsis:The horrific account of 6 year old Martin Bristol, abducted from his backyard swing and forced to witness the brutal crimes of a deranged madman.
Directors: Stevan Mena
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Crime
MPAA Rating: R
Writers: Stevan Mena
Producers: Chris Aurilia, Jerry Aurilia, Tom Bambard, Steven Bernstein, Timothy J. Bristoll, Vincent Butta, Doug Hoerst, Stevan Mena, Elizabeth Mullen, John Mullen, Michael Nelson, Andrew Pizzo, Abraham Roofeh, Andres Santo Domingo
Musicians: Stevan Mena
Cinematographers: Marco Cappetta
Editors: Stevan Mena