First Details on Supernatural Psychological Thriller Good Family Times
Blanc/Biehn Productions is at it again with a new feature on the way: supernatural psychological thriller Good Family Times, which is being directed by our own Staci Layne Wilson. Read on for the early details!
From the Press Release:
Blanc/Biehn Productions will go into production on the supernatural psychological thriller feature Good Family Times on February 28, 2015, in Topanga Canyon, CA.
Good Family Times is based on a story by producer Lony Ruhmann (Psychophonia). It is written and directed by award-winning filmmaker and cinema pundit Staci Layne Wilson (Fetish Factory, The Night Plays Tricks). Good Family Times is produced by Blanc/Biehn Productions (Hidden in the Woods), created by famed husband and wife filmmaking team Michael Biehn (Terminator) and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn (The Crow). It is also produced by Danny Bellens, Tony DeBenedetto (Treachery, Psychophonia, Jacob), Cynthia Paredes, Garrett Longley, and Jenimay Walker (Psychophonia, The Lincoln). The film is also being sponsored by Kathy Fielder Designs.
The cast features Arielle Brachfeld (pictured below; Watch Me Die), Jennifer Blanc-Biehn (Everly, The Victim, Hidden in the Woods), Douglas Tait (Star Trek, The Fiancé), Elissa Dowling (We Are Still Here), The Richard, aka Richard Cardinal (Fetish Factory, Psychophonia), Sean Keller (The Cartridge Family), Aaron Kai (Day for Night), and Nikita Black (Fembot, Psychophonia, The Lincoln).
The main character of Beatrice is played by sexy scream queen Brachfeld, who is known for her work in genre films such as The Haunting of Whaley House, Return of the Ghostbusters, and LOVE: As You Like It. Arielle is actively involved in several charity organizations including The Horror Starlets, a group that fundraises to fight breast cancer, and The Young Storytellers Foundation, which encourages literacy through the arts.
Cinematographer Steve Romano, whose credits include Blanc/Biehn Productions’ She Rises, The Night Visitor, and Altered Perception, has also shot music videos for Beyonce (“Rocket”), Vassy (“Beautiful”), and many more. The original score is by Randy Chance, a former member of rock supergroup The Lovin’ Spoonful (“Do You Believe in Magic?”), with additional songs by up-and-coming Japanese heavy metal band MergingMoon (“Greyen”).
Meet Beatrice. She’s happily married, has a darling young son, and is a talented artist. Her home is a happy one. Beatrice dotes on her family, and they love her back. Too bad her husband and child are not exactly alive. When Beatrice comes into some money, another family – one that’s not quite so happy – decides it’s more deserving of the dough and sets out to rob her by breaking into her home under the cover of night. In the course of that one evil evening, both families soon learn the true meaning of “blood relations.”