December 17, 2011
Set for filming in England this January, "The Nightmare Box" is the chilling story about a young woman who wakes up in a strange room with no idea who she is, where she is, or how she got there and must unravel the mystery of her identity while dealing with a variety of fantastical and frightening characters.
"The Nightmare Box is an experimental movie blending horror and psychological drama," shares director Jon Keeyes. "I've always wanted to do a movie that really twists the perceptions of reality and creates some bizarre and surreal characters that may or may not exist in reality. The movie is a dark journey filled with horror, violence, sex, guilt, shame and how people deal with the consequences of their actions."
The Nightmare Box stars up-and-coming British actress Johanna Stanton (Grave Tales) surrounded by a solid veteran cast that includes Nicholas Ball (Lifeforce, Hammer House Of Horror), Debbie Rochon (American Nightmare, Tromeo & Juliet), Matthew Tompkins (Phobia, Missionary Man), and Hayden Tweedie (Suburban Nightmare, Living & Dying).
The Nightmare Box was written by Jon Keeyes and writer/producer Carl Kirshner, and is being produced in association with Wolfclan Productions and Silverstrand Films.
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