Uncork’d Entertainment is preparing the spooky tale They Reach for a post-Halloween release in early November.
It’s the late 70s, and a young science geek stumbles upon an old reel-to-reel tape player (in a location neither the description nor the trailer specify). We don’t know where she got it, but the first time she turns it on, it plays monster growls — and bleeds! She probably shouldn’t touch the Play button ever again, but she and her friends can’t resist.
Now the demonic creature brought forth by the tape player is skukling around her small-town community, looking for souls to devour. The beast is quite messy about it too, making large CRUNCH noises every time it takes a victim. It may be easy to find, but how will they defeat it?
They Reach stars Mary Madaline Roe, Morgan Chandler, Eden Campbell, Kyan Zielinski, Elizabeth Rhoades, Ash Calder, Frederick Floyd, Kara Puerschner, and Adrienne Jordan. It was written and directed by Sylas Dall, and it’ll creep onto DVD and VOD formats November 3.
It’s 1979, and a 13-year-old science nerd stumbles upon a possessed tape player and accidentally unleashes a demonic entity. She recruits her two best friends to fight the beast before it devours more souls in the small town of Clarkston. Mary Madaline Roe, Morgan Chandler, Eden Campbell, Kyan Zielinski, Elizabeth Rhoades, Ash Calder, Frederick Floyd, Kara Puerschner, and Adrienne Jordan star in a Sylas Dall film.
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