2017 Movies: Pitchfork (Horror)
“Every generation has its monster” – this is the tagline of the upcoming horror film Pitchfork, marking the directorial debut of Glenn Douglas Packard, the dance choreographer who worked on 2001’s Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration.
As for Pitchfork, which is the first installment in a franchise, Packard was involved also in writing its script, together with executive producer Darryl F. Gariglio.
The film centers around a group of college students who leave New York City to spend some time at a friend’s farm from Michigan, where he grew up and where his family lives. There, a ferocious beast “on a rampage fueled by secrets and betrayal” attacks them, putting their life in danger.
The cast ensemble includes Daniel Wilkinson as the villain Pitchfork, Lindsey Nicole, Brian Raetz, Celina Beach, Ryan Moore, Keith Webb, Nicole Dambro, Sheila Leason, Vibhu Raghave, Andrew Dawe-Collins, Rachel Carter, Anisbel Lopez, Carol Ludwick, Addisyn Wallace, and Derek Reynolds.
Pitchfork will be released world wide through UNCORK’D Entertainment in early 2017.