Starring David Midthunder, Ted Levine, Kevin Wiggins, Katia Winter
Directed by Blair Erickson
XLrator Media is dropping Banshee Chapter in movie theaters and on DVD this upcoming January 10, 2014 and it looks to have some promise. Blair Erickson directs his latest horror movie which has us looking for people who disappeared after ingesting a military grade chemical. Synopsis does not state if they were forced to ingest the chemical. After looking at the movie trailer, I saw that the film showed great promise and looks like there are some good jump scares.
Synopsis: Inspired by actual documents detailing clandestine CIA experiments, writer/director Blair Erickson's Banshee Chapter follows a resourceful young journalist (Katia Winter) who enlists the aid of a disgraced counterculture writer (Ted Levine) in locating her missing friend (Michael McMillan), who vanished without a trace after ingesting a mysterious, military-grade chemical. Drawn into a top-secret government research laboratory, she soon discovers the powers-that-be have a very good reason for concealing their findings.
Directors Blair Erickson
Genres Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating R
Writers Blair Erickson, Daniel J. Healy
Producers Sean Akers, Christian Arnold-Beutel, Neal Dodson, Gudrun Giddings, Melanie Kirk, Corey Moosa, John Pinckard, Zachary Quinto, Stephanie Riggs, Ben Samuels, Marcus Schöfer
Musicians Andreas Weidinger
Cinematographers Jeremy Obertone
Editors Jacques Gravett
Full Movie Poster
Blair Erickson‘s The Banshee Chapter will be coming home soon on DVD this upcoming February 4, 2014. Look for our review tomorrow on The Banshee Chapter. Starring is Katia Winter, Ted Levine and Michael McMillian. DVD is said to have an in depth look at the making on The Banshee…
The Banshee Chapter has one hell of a movie poster. It looks totally fresh and really disturbing. This horror movie is also something new that tries to mix government conspiracy with horror. Michael McMillian from True Blood takes a military grade experiment serum and now all hell breaks loose.