Serena Brooks (Alexandra Socha) is an ambitious young actress who signs on as the star of a horror film. The director, Alabama (Alex Hurt), has a reputation for intense shoots, as we works with his crew of backwoods filmmakers in the most remote of locations. No internet, no phone, no chance for intrusion. When the cast starts disappearing, Serena learns that she will have to become her character if she wants to survive.
Aaron sits down with writer-director Michael Walker to talk about his latest film, and why he specifically wanted to tell this story. Michael also elaborates on the struggles of independent filmmaking, assembling his cast, and the visionaries he has enjoyed throughout the years.
An insightful interview with a filmmaker on the rise, don’t miss this discussion with Cut Shoot Kill director, Michael Walker.
Serena Brooks signs on as the star of a horror film. Alabama, the director, has been making films for years with his crew of North Carolina hillbillies, and he is infamous for his realistic style. The location is totally isolated and Alabama resists any attempt by the cast to contact the outside world, but Serena grows suspicious when the other actors start to disappear. If she wants to survive, she’ll need to give the performance of her lifetime.
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