Strange Tales from Appalachia – USA, 2019 – overview

 

Strange Tales from Appalachia is a 2019 American anthology horror feature film comprising three horrifying and suspenseful tales.

The movie was directed by producer Tim Altonen and Josh Holley from a screenplay co-written with Cameron Hite, Teague Quillen, Hunter Roberts and Zachary Starnes.

Plot:

In ‘Pretty Girl’, a young woman escapes a maniac kidnapper by fleeing into the Appalachian wilderness. Aided by a group of friendly hikers, she must escape the woods or face her darkest fears.

‘Man Vs Ghost’ is the story of an over-the-top host of a public access ghost-hunting show and his sister, who fear that some “ghosts” may be following her home. Desperate for a season finale he can sell to the Travel Channel, the “Ghost Man” tries to cash in on his sister’s paranoia to produce the perfect episode, but may get more than he bargained for.

An average Joe is kidnapped and trapped in makeshift deathmatch arena in ‘The Room’. Forced to fight or be killed, he must find the will to survive against all odds.

Cast and characters:

  • Cliff D. Andrews … Boxer
  • W.F. Bell … Peter Barret
  • Ron Capes III … Hans
  • Sarah Deatherage … Valorie
  • Damian Duke Domingue … Joseph Web
  • El Dude … Dexter Washington
  • Jess Durham … Jessica
  • Charlie Hall … Ashley
  • Cameron Hite … Grant
  • Josh Holley … Matt
  • Reagan James … Machete Girl
  • Christian Knopf … Feral Man
  • Travis Leilich … The Mountain Mulligan
  • Tyler Lynch … The Grappler
  • Erik Makepeace … Police Officer
  • Teague Quillen … Elliot Nails O’Neil
  • Hunter Roberts … Franklin Nero
  • Zachary Starnes … Austin
  • Ian Steidle … The Echo
  • Kelsey Tweed … Jackie Washington
  • Travis Welch … Audio Tech

Filming locations:

Northeast Tennessee

Technical details:

135 minutes
Aspect ratio: 16:9 HD

Budget:

$10,000 approximately

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