A new supernatural horror film from Spotlight Pictures, The Appearing, showed up on our radar today; and we have all sorts of goodies to share: a sales trailer, some artwork, and a rather lengthy synopsis. Check it all out!
The Appearing, which is now in post-production, was directed by Daric Gates and stars Dean Cain, Will Wallace, Don Swayze, and Quinton Aaron. Based on true events, it is said to be in the vein of Hollywood blockbusters like The Possession and Fallen.
City detective Michael (Wallace; The Tree of Life, The New World) relocates to a quaint, small town with his wife, Rachel (Emily Brooks; The Eugenist), following her emotional breakdown after the sudden death of their young daughter. Michael takes a job in the sheriff’s office, thinking not much will happen in such a quiet town. However, on his first day of duty, Michael is asked to »
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