By: Keith Witchka, Staff Writer
NEW YORK, NY — Pitchfork is the horror film by director Glenn Douglas Packard who was given an award winning cast to work with in Daniel Wilkinson, Lindsey Nicole and Brian Raetz who deliver for horror genre film lovers.
One thing I give points for with the storyline of “Pitchfork” is that director Packard and co-scripter Darryl F. Gariglio bring a thematic depth to the story revolving around Hunter (Brian Raetz), who plays a young man who returns to his rural Michigan home after informing his parents and sister that he’s gay.
Looking for moral support from his close friends, Hunter arrives with a gaggle of New York City friends along or he ride who in true horror film style, displaying non-stop raging hormones that of course lead to sex and death! The question is, will we see for the first time a gay scene in a mainstream horror film? I guess you’re gonna have to watch to find out.
“After sharing a secret about himself, Hunter brings a group of friends from NYC back to his family farm for a weekend break. They quickly learn that secrets can be deadly as they are stalked by a twisted and disturbed beast, Pitchfork.”
Genres: Horror | horse | blood | violence | duct tape | cornfield
Created and Directed by: Glenn Douglas Packard
Production Co: Pioneer Motion Pictures
Distributed by: Uncork’d Entertainment (Theatrical | All Media)
Country: United States
Release Date: January 13, 2017
Watch official PITCHFORK Trailer 2 (2017)
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