We never thought we’d see the day when beavers, or Zombeavers for that matter, would become so prevalent in the horror genre. Are those little whittling bastards the cause of mayhem in the new indie flick Field Freak, or are they just toothy scapegoats?
Stephen Folker writes and directs. Dave Juehring, Trena Penson, Tristan Coppola, Glenn Harston, and Thomas Ely Sage star.
The story revolves around a family that moves into an abandoned cabin in Beaver Pelt Falls, Idaho. Charles (Dave Juehring) a former best selling writer, is desperately trying to pen his next book and needs a place free of distractions. Little does he know, his entire family is being watched.
Strange bumps in the night escalate into a nerve-wracking encounter with the creature by Charles’ wife, Linda (Trena Penson). The story takes a wacky turn when they hire a psychotic pest control guy (Thomas Ely Sage) and are led to believe rabid beavers are to blame. It’s not until they visit a roadside root beer distillery and meet a man named Ned Perkins (Glenn Harston), that they learn what the bumps in the night really are. According to Ned, they’re all going to die!
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