Dark Skies is just director Scott Stewart’s third feature film, and focuses on an ordinary suburban family who are rocked by an unsettling series of supernatural events. Hitting our screens on April 3rd, we were fortunate to speak to the filmmaker on the phone ahead of the film’s release.
Speaking to us from across the pond, Stewart tells us of his inspiration behind this feature, what it’s like working with young children in an otherwise adult orientated production – while he also encourages British audiences to go in to see this movie with no expectations, unaware of what you may be in store for…
You were brought up in the suburbs, did that inspire you to make a horror film set in this supposedly peaceful environment?
Yeah absolutely. I mean it absolutely did. I grew up in the suburbs of Northern California in the late 70s and 80s »
- Stefan Pape
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