The Utah Cabin Murders – UK, 2019 – preview

‘Don’t look. Don’t breather. Don’t move.

The Utah Cabin Murders is a 2019 British horror feature film about two sisters fight for survival when masked intruders invade their vacation cabin.

Written and directed by Andrew Jones (Jurassic PredatorWerewolves of the Third ReichRobert the Doll and sequels; The Amityville Asylum; et al), the North Bank Entertainment production stars Dennis Farrin, Derek Nelson, Tiffany Ceri and Jared Nelson.

Plot:

In this terrifying true-life crime that occurred in 2013, a family’s peaceful vacation at a remote cabin in Utah is shattered when they return from a day of exploring to find two masked intruders in their home.

What begins as a robbery soon escalates into violence and two of the family are brutally murdered. As night falls only teenage sisters Linnea and Tina remain alive, battling for survival against their sadistic captors.

But as the sun comes up the tormented teens find the strength to fight back and the intruders get more than they bargained for…

Cast and characters:

  • Dennis Farrin … Sheriff Joe Redwood
  • Derek Nelson … Edward Deli
  • Tiffany Ceri … Linnea
  • Jared Nelson … Michael
  • Erick Hayden … Richard
  • Anna Ruben … Patricia Anderson
  • Jason Homewood … Deputy Brad Wilkes
  • Lee McQueen … Von Taylor
  • Jennifer Sims … Tina
  • Albert Clogston … Marvin
  • Lucy Aley-Parker … Delyth
  • Rebecca Donovan Morgan … Kathy

Filming locations:

  • Oakley, Utah
  • Wales

Technical details:

  • 85 minutes
  • Audio mix: Stereo (RCA Sound Recording)
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35: 1

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