Brace yourself for a waking nightmare – the spine-tingling new horror rollercoaster ride from Terror Films. As revealed in a new press release, Waking Nightmare hits VOD on August 18th, boasting a scream queen cast featuring stars of classic 80s horror flicks.
The trailer shows Shelley Regner (Pitch Perfect) as Jordan, a young woman prescribed sleeping pills after the loss of a friend sends her into bouts of dangerous sleepwalking. As the line between dreams and reality blurs, Jordan struggles to remember what happens after she takes the pills. Blood, bodies, and twisted imagery fill the trailer, hinting this nightmare may be real.
Joining Regner is Diane Franklin (The Last American Virgin), David Naughton (An American Werewolf in London), and Jamison Newlander (The Lost Boys), instantly recognizable to any horror buff. The cast also includes Yan Birch (The People Under the Stairs) and Stephen Wu (Brooklyn Nine-Nine).
Directors Stephen Craig and Brian Farmer cite influences from the surreal horror of Audition to the trippy thrills of Altered States. This twisted take aims to blend drama, horror, and black comedy into a disorienting descent into madness and murder.
As a die-hard horror hound, I can’t wait to unravel the mysteries of Waking Nightmare. The first trailer reveals top-notch production values, stylish visuals, and chilling scenes that will haunt your dreams. Don’t sleep on this one, horror fans – mark those calendars for August 18th!
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