Another flick from the director of The Strangers, Bryan Bertino, is in the works called There Are Monsters; and this latest sales one-sheet wants to make sure that you stay in the light!
Elisabeth Moss stars.
From the creator of The Strangers comes a world of the lost: freezing, spitting needles of rain, thunderbolt lightning, hypothermic cold, and disorientating utter darkness.
A mother and daughter are trapped and tormented in a black forest by a screeching creature – it is unlike anything we have heard before. Not human. Not animal. Like a thousand horses, like a mother’s clamour, a baby’s wail, a father’s howl.
Their relationship at the breaking point, 10-year-old Lizzy is all out of faith in her mother, Kathy (Moss), but tries to stay brave and fearless. Kathy, on the edge and barely keeping it together, knows that only a mother’s protective love, her most primal instinct, can save her daughter from what’s lurking in the darkness…