We’ve been waiting with bated breath, and yes, bitten nails, for further news about Patrick Rea’s second feature film, Nailbiter, and our patience paid off today when Rea sent over the flick’s second teaser trailer. From the looks of things, a storm is coming indeed!
Rea also provided the following update: Editing on what we shot over the five weeks in the summer has begun. We’re on [filming] hiatus now till the spring [with] only about 16 pages of script left to shoot. We are aiming to have the film completely finished by the fall 2010. Post-production is going to take some time. We suspect the main factors contributing to Nailbiter‘s long post process are the monster effects sequences we’ve been promised since first hearing above the project.
Nailbiter tells the story of a mother and three daughters who get caught in a Kansas tornado and are forced to take shelter in a storm cellar. They become trapped and discover they are not alone.
The film stars Erin McGrane, Meg Saricks, Emily Boresow, and Sally Spurgeon. It is directed by Patrick Rea, written by Kendal Sinn and Rea, and produced by Aaron Laue (Last Breath). The director of photography is Hanuman Brown-Eagle.
As is typical for the prolific Rea, he’s already thinking ahead to his next project, which he told us is another feature he hopes to have ready in late 2010 titled The Mirror Watcher. He describes it as a sci-fi suspense tale.
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