Monday, June 11, 2018

Indican Pictures Tabs July 24 For The DVD Debut Of Director Jonathan Zuck's Within The Darkness

DVD & Blu-ray Release Report, Ralph Tribbey
Indican Pictures has tabbed July 24 as the DVD debut date for director Jonathan Zuck’s haunted house thriller, Within the Darkness.

Austin Barnett (Dave Coyne — V/H/S/2, Malice: Metamorphosis) is a promoter, a hustler and he thinks that he might be able to hit it big with a cable series that is going to be titled The Paranormal Dimension with Austin Barnett.   It’s a ghost-hunter anthology, which isn’t a problem for him, since he doesn’t believe in such nonsense.   A little camera work, some spooky this and that and the subtle approach of a used car salesman in promoting it … it will be a hit!!

One thing going for Austin, besides being a shameless self-promoter, is that he has a close-knit crew (read that as the “victim pool) that is pretty good technically.   They are, Lucy (Erin Cline — The Housewife Slasher, Sanctuary; Quite a Conundrum) his main squeeze, his cousin Bruce (John C. Bailey), Jesse — his childhood friend (played by Tonya Kay — as Versnatchy in Evil Bong 666 and Evil Bong 777, plus The Amityville Terror, Nightmare Code, etc.) and the Elvira-like Megan (Shanna Forrestall (The Last Exorcism, Olympus Has Fallen, etc.), who serves as the show’s “Medium” (she may actually be the real deal).

DVD & Blu-ray Release Report, Ralph TribbeyThere sits the infamous Hewit House — an architectural beauty, none of that creepy old, dilapidated Victoria mansion.   This place is nice, but it’s currently empty and has a nasty backstory about why no one wants to live there.

This is perfect of Austin and being a total fake and fraud he knows that he can turn the Hewit House into paranormal gold.   There’s just one little problem, the place might actually be haunted.

DVD & Blu-ray Release Report, Ralph Tribbey
The first night of the production yields some thing-go-bump-in-the-night, so Austin is all-in.  Megan is more cautious and suggests that what they experienced might be malevolent, but when you’re dealing with Austin, that’s like waving a red flag in front of a bull.   

The second night in the Hewit House could be a “closing” night for the production of The Paranormal Dimension with Austin Barnett!!!   Filmmaker Jonathan Zuck keeps Within the Darkness fresh, even though all of the familiar genre elements are in place … haunted house, victim pool (with a very attractive cast) and something wicked that this way shall come.   Sweet!

DVD & Blu-ray Release Report, Ralph Tribbey

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