Going RV Camping is No Fun in Chilling 'In the Forest' Official Trailer
"I think this wilderness trip is gonna do you both a whole lotta good." Vertical Ent. has released an official trailer for the indie thriller film In the Forest, arriving on VOD at the end of January for anyone curious about this. In the Forest follows Helen and her daughter Emily as they reluctantly accompany Helen's father Stan, played by Lyman Ward, on a family camping trip, driving deep into the forest for a real experience. Only to have an angry landowner arrive and force them to leave. When their RV gets stuck, Helen decides to seek help but discovers a disturbing secret on the man's property. She must then fight to protect her family and make it out of the forest alive before being hunted down. Starring Debbon Ayer, Cristina Spruell, Don Baldaramos, Sharon Sharth, Kaitlyn Dias, and Time Winters. There's not much to watch here.
Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Hector Barron's In the Forest, direct from YouTube:
When Helen and her daughter Emily reluctantly accompany Helen’s father Stan on a family camping trip, he decides to drive deep into the forest for a real, true outdoors experience. However, an angry landowner, Howard, arrives and forces them to leave the area. When their RV gets stuck, Helen decides to seek help but discovers a disturbing secret on the man's property. She must then fight to protect her family and make it out of the forest alive before being hunted down. In the Forest is both written and directed by American filmmaker Hector Barron, director of the films Lloyd and Josh Is Dying previously. Produced by Brian McLaughlin. This hasn't premiered at any festivals or elsewhere, as far as we know. Vertical Ent. will debut In the Forest in select US theaters + on VOD starting January 28th, 2022 this winter. Anyone?