Latest details have been released about the upcoming horror film ‘Black Wood’…Check it out!
Glenn Morshower (Aftermath, The Resident, Netflix’s Bloodline), SAG awards Nominee Stelio Savante (Running For Grace, Rapid Eye Movement, The Cleaning Lady), and Bates Wilder (Tator Tot & Patton, The Great War, American Woman) have joined the cast of writer-director Chris Canfield’s western horror ‘BLACK WOOD’. The cast also includes Andrew Stecker, George Thomas Mansel, Tanajsia Slaughter and Casey Birdinground.
After her family was murdered, Dowanhowee, a Sioux Indian woman, travels alone into the ever expanding West. She stumbles upon a decrepit town and crosses paths with a notorious outlaw group known as the Dutch Wilder Gang. She discovers one of the men riding a horse belonging to a member of her slain family. Dowanhowee takes revenge on the horse thief and evades the group by racing into an uncharted area known as the Black Wood Forest. Once inside this mysterious land, the Dutch Wilder Gang capture Dowanhowee and after a cruel interrogation the men find value in her, and force her to help them with their primary mission; to find a hidden vein of gold. Not long into their journey, they soon discover they must work together and fight for their lives as they have unknowingly awaken an ancient ravenous creature known as The Wendigo.
Myke Michaels, CEO & Founder of Wolf Pack Film Works, is head FX and Stunt Coordinator on this production. Eric Corneliuson and Ryan M. Hall are producing. Black Wood is currently filming throughout South Dakota. Corneliuson and Canfield most recently wrapped on the comedy ‘Lapham Rising’ starring Frank Langella and Bobby Cannavale. Morshower is part of the lead cast of Fox’s medical drama, ‘The Resident‘. He is represented by TalentWorks. Savante is currently starring opposite Matt Dillon and Jim Caviezel in the recently released ‘Running For Grace’ on Netflix. He is represented by Stewart Talent and Opus Entertainment. Wilder was most recently seen in Roadside Attractions’ ‘American Woman’.