The Village in the Woods

'Every village, every person, has a secret...none more so than the inhabitants of this isolated, murky village whose fate relies on the luring of two unsuspecting pawns to satisfy their appetite and determine their being'

’Therese Bradley is OUTSTANDING’ - EMPIRE (Kim Newman)
’A study in isolation’ - The Independent
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘AN ATMOSPHERIC TENSION BUILDER’ - Ready Steady Cut
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘A LITTLE SLICE OF HELL’ - Nightmare on Film Street
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘DISTURBED‘ - Addicted to Media
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘DARKLY UNSETTLING’ - Cryptic Rock

Starring: Richard Hope (Poldark), Therese Bradley (Peaky Blinders), Beth Park, Robert Vernon, Rebecca Johnson (The Trip), Timothy Harker, Sidney Kean, Phill Martin (Prometheus), Katie Alexander-Thom.

My Take: It's my love letter to 70's cinema in an impressionistic style. The theme explores rich versus poor. The rich, portrayed as an old guard with even older money, serve only one agenda... to ensure their 'kind' never wither and die, no matter the cost to the poor.

Director: Raine McCormack
Writers: John Hoernschemeyer/Raine McCormack
Producer: Justine Dowsing
Cinematography: Berndt Wiese/Jamie Hobbis
Editors: Raine McCormack/Oral Ottey
Composer: Raine McCormack

Production Companies: BRAKE3, Have Not Films.

Run time: 1 Hour 22 Minutes
Aspect Ratio:
2.39 : 1

Sales: One Two Three Media (Alan Green)

UK: LightBulb
USA: 4Digital Media
Canada: 4Digital Media
Germany: I-ON Media
Russia: Kinologistika
Cambodia and Malaysia: Suraya Filem
Taiwan and Vietnam: Time Vision