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About the film

In the Fall of 1940, the entire population of Friar, NH abandoned their homes and walked up an ancient trail, never to be seen alive again. Their fates have remained a mystery for over 70 years, until a team of researchers discover the trailhead and attempt to track the path the doomedcitizens of Friar took.  Starring Cassidy Freeman (SMALLVILLE), Anessa Ramsey (THE SIGNAL), and Lee Wilkof (BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU?RE DEAD), YELLOWBRICKROAD is a return to the slow burn, character driven horror thrillers of the 1970s.


Cast and Crew

  • Starring
    • Erin Luger: Cassidy Freeman
      Melissa Barnes: Anessa Ramsey
      Daryl Luger: Clark Freeman
      Clerk/Usher: Lee Wilkof
      Liv McCann: Laura Heisler
      Walter Myrick: Alex Draper
      Teddy Barnes: Michael Laurino
      Jill: Tara Giordano
      Cy Banbridge: Sam Elmore

  • Producers
    • Executive Producer: Cassidy Freeman
      Executive Producer: Clark Freeman
      Producer: Eric Hungerford
      Co-Producer: Anessa Ramsey

  • Director
    • Writer & Director: Jesse Holland
      Writer & Director: Andy Mitton


Press

“…this atmospheric chiller is a thing of beauty. Bloody-Disgusting’s really got a winner on their hands with this one.” –Steve Anderson, Screenhead

““…will become the next cult hit, think Blair Witch mixed with Oz. Jaw dropping! An absolute must see and an instant horror classic!  Bottom line is any true horror fan should check this movie out, this is one you will want to watch more than once just to try and figure out what just happened in some of the scenes you will witness!” –Brian Shirley, Alienbee.com

"YELLOWBRICKROAD is one of those films that makes you sit in the theater long after the credits role, thanking that you aren't one of those poor souls on that trail." - Ain't It Cool News

"...this film does some difficult things and any genre fan worth their salt should go out of their way to see it.... one of the more original horror films in recent memory." - Twitchfilm

"The way each member of the team slowly begins to psychologically crumble got to me, everything leading to moments of self-destruction and madness that had me twisting into ever tightening knots.... The use of music is exquisitely unsettling, and the precise way the filmmakers unveil their twits, turns, and shocks is divine" - Sara Michelle Fetters, MovieFreak.com

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