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Posts Tagged ‘Nightmare’

Trace – Exclusive Clip: Nick’s Nightmare

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One night at a party a group of friends led by Duffy (August Roads – Faking It, Loserville) and his music studio partner, Nick (Nick Fink – Glee, Ghost Squad) experiment with trace phenomena – a form of EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena). One by one the friends begin dying and soon realize they accidently opened a door to a horrific realm. It’s a race against time and supernatural forces to sever the transmission in order to save themselves and prevent a powerful demon from entering our world.

TRACE was written and directed by Ryan Brookhart. The film stars Nick Fink, August Roads, Maddie McGuire, Jesse Pepe, Samantha Lee, Sam Valentine, Jerod Meagher, Mike Capozzi with Herion Mustafaraj and Jeremiah Benjamin. It was produced by Joe Dain, Jim Klock, and Miles Fineburg and executive produced by Peter Schafer. TRACE was an official Selection at the NOLA Horror Film Festival. It has a running time of 90 minutes. Terror Films will release TRACE exclusively on Redbox on TODAY and will be available on all digital platforms on November 3.

The Nightmare – Trailer

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THE NIGHTMARE’S subjects hail from different backgrounds and walks of life, but share eerily similar visions of malevolent, near-human beings that grow increasingly aggressive the longer the sleep paralysis recurs. Are these just random hallucinations or something more? Rational explanations get challenged by the similarities of the “shadow people” multiple subjects describe looming over them. Ascher, who has first hand knowledge of sleep paralysis, brings the full intensity of this experience to the screen while maintaining empathy and respect for his subjects. As the film unfolds, distinctions between the documentary and horror genres fade as do easy lines between reality and the imagination.