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The Otherkind First Trailer Revealed

A Scenic Lake Community is Corrupted by Mysterious Disturbances First Trailer for Mary C. Russell’s The Otherkind it’s set to Debut Later this Year on on the festival circuit.

A battered officer tries to piece together the events of the days leading up to his awakening in the middle of nowhere. Meanwhile, on a bonfire night with friends, a young lady is soiled by an unwanted meeting. As lives collide, chaos seeps into a peaceful lake village, revealing that something terrible, horrific, and unexplained is at work in this shapeshifting psychological thriller.

The Otherkind, a new film from LaBranche Productions and filmmaker Mary C. Russell, has debuted its first trailer, which follows a mountain lake hamlet that descends into chaos as its citizens begin to alter. Mary C. Russell, whose short films have exhibited all over the world, makes her feature directorial debut with the intriguing narrative. Carved, her critically praised slasher short, is now accessible on Shudder.

Mary C. Russell wrote and directed The Otherkind. Gary and Karen LaBranche executive produced the film, which was produced by Caroline O’Meara. Marc Anthony Samuel, Lestonja Diaz, Rebekah Kennedy, Paris Dylan, Muneeb Rehman, Laura Dromerick, Luciana Faulhaber, Caroline O’Meara, Jeff Pride, and Madonna Young-Magee are among the cast members who live in the village.

As The Otherkind prepares for its debut, Russell shared, “When I wrote the first draft several years ago, I was inspired by the Irish folklore of the selkie. I decided to flip the concept and bring the story to modern times and shoot where I live in the San Bernardino Mountains. I wanted to show how multiple people can be affected by one source of information and what they do with that information, how they adapt and change, like the townspeople around the lake.”

Horror Facts will be certain to keep you updated on The Otherkind as more news becomes available.

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