Nightmare Box 2015 - Trailer
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Mystery
Cast: Debbie Rochon, Nicholas Ball, Matthew Tompkins, Johanna Stanton, Hayden Tweedie, Katie Kensit, Sal Esen, Claire Jared, James Simmons, Scott Christie, Laura Whitehurst, Craig Bramley, Carl Kirshner
Director(s): Jon Keeyes
Indie flick Nightmare Box is directed by Jon Keeyes. The movie stars Johanna Stanton along with Nicholas Ball (Lifeforce), Debbie Rochon (American Nightmare), Matthew Tompkins (Missionary Man) and Hayden Tweedie (Suburban Nightmare). The story is that a woman wakes up in a strange room with no memory of who she is or what she is doing there. She sets on a course to piece things together and solve the mystery and hopefully get out of there. The trailer for Nightmare Box looks promising and looks like a movie to look out for.
When a woman wakes up in a strange room with no idea who she is, where she is, or how she got there, she must unravel the mystery of her identity before the room destroys her.
NIGHTMARE BOX is a terrifying psychological thriller starring up-and-coming British actress Johanna Stanton along with Nicholas Ball (Lifeforce), Debbie Rochon (American Nightmare), Matthew Tompkins (Missionary Man) and Hayden Tweedie (Suburban Nightmare). They are joined by cast members Katie Kensit, Sal Esen, James Simmons, Laura Whitehurst, Craig Bramley, Claire Jared and Scott Christie.
Directed by Jon Keeyes
Written by Jon Keeyes & Carl Kirshner
Produced by Carl Kirshner, Jon Keeyes, Matthew Tompkins, Charles Burnley via highlandmyst
Synopsis:A woman wakes up trapped inside a room with no memory of her past. As times ticks by, a bizarre mix of real and surreal characters visits her; some seeming to aid her while others torment her. Unable to escape, she must put together the pieces of a riddle to discover who she is and how she got here. But when she discovers the truth of her past, she might wish she had instead remained a prisoner to the horrors of the room. The Nightmare Box is a venture into sexual guilt through experimental horror where terror and art are combined.