SUPERGRID (2018) Reviews and overview


SuperGrid is a 2018 post-apocalyptic science fiction feature film directed by Lowell Dean (Another WolfCop; WolfCop; 13 Eeriefrom a screenplay by T.R. McCauley and Justin Ludwig. The movie stars Leo Fafard, Marshall Williams, Natalie Krill and Jay Reso.


In a future where a plague has infected much of the population, two estranged brothers, Jesse (Leo Fafard) and Deke (Marshall Williams) must travel the notorious “Grid” to collect and deliver a mysterious cargo. The Grid is a highway running through post-apocalyptic Central Canada from the US Border to the Northwest Territories.

Facing off with road pirates and car jackers, the brothers miss their drop-off and unleash a violent showdown with the crime syndicate at Black Lake, the last refuge of hope on the Grid.


Released by Raven Banner in select theatres in Canada on December 14, 2018.

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“Thankfully, the story allows women like North to exist outside of being love interests for the male leads. Everyone has to make sacrifices and the stakes are high. There’s even a villain, Lazlo (Jonathan Cherry) chasing these unruly characters down. All in all, this is a wild ride that makes its simple premise all the more believable for its audiences.” Paolo Kagaoan, In the Seats

“Director Lowell Dean (13 EerieWolfCop) keeps everything moving at a fast pace and balances the action with the human elements. There’s enough to raise the stakes and make us care about the characters, but it never gets in the way of the film’s action. And action is what the film is about.” Jim Morazzini, Voices from the Balcony

Cast and characters:

  • Leo Fafard … Jesse
  • Marshall Williams … Deke
  • Natalie Krill … North
  • Jay Reso … Kurtis
  • Amy Matysio … Spanner
  • Jonathan Cherry … Lazlo
  • Tinsel Korey … Eagle
  • Fei Ren … Guan Yin
  • Daniel Maslany … Owl
  • Sheldon Bergstrom … Brezhnev
  • Josh Strait … Xavier
  • Ryland Alexander … Soldier Hostage
  • Laura Abramsen … Bobbi
  • Brian Dueck … Jack 2
  • Jason Truong … Thug

Filming locations:

Saskatchewan, Canada

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