Hunter’s Moon – Canada | USA, 2019 – werewolf whodunit preview

‘The game has no players. Only prey.’

Hunter’s Moon is a 2019 American-Canadian horror feature film about a werewolf stalking the guests at an app launch party.

Directed by Matthew Campagna from a screenplay co-written with Rudy Jahchan, the Build Character production stars Steven Morana, Holly Deveaux, Ari Millen, Colm Feore (The Prodigy) and Art Hindle (The Void; Offspring; The Brood; et al).

Plot:

A lavish launch party for Supermoon Media’s mobile gaming app ‘Werewolf’ is interrupted by a priest who condemns the party guests as “marked for the beast,” they are convinced it’s a publicity stunt until they find the body of the first victim…

Release:

Hunter’s Moon is on the festival circuit, having premiered at Lusca Fantastic Film Fest in Puerto Rico on 17th October 2019 and been show at Zed Fest. It will be screened at the Blood in the Snow festival in Toronto, Canada, on 24th November 2019.

Cast and characters:

  • Colm Feore … Father Roman
  • Holly Deveaux … Cheyenne
  • Ari Millen … Remy
  • Katie Boland … Betty
  • Steven Morana … August
  • Art Hindle … Brian
  • Bobbie Phillips … Melanie
  • Melissa D’Agostino … Veronica
  • Marco Timpano … Stan
  • Mark Andrada … Luke
  • Nicole Stamp … Natasia
  • Jon Cor … Yannick
  • Supinder Wraich … Nikki
  • Rogan Christopher … Richard
  • Kassandra Santos Millen … Barbara (as Kassandra Santos)

Filming locations:

3087-25 Sideroad, Campbellville, Ontario, Canada

Working title:

Delusion

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NB. Not to be confused with another 2019 movie formerly known as The Orchard, which has been renamed Hunter’s Blood.

 

2 Comments on “Hunter’s Moon – Canada | USA, 2019 – werewolf whodunit preview”

    1. Thanks Krappy. I was tired yesterday evening and didn’t spot that. It’s corrected. Now, why would the distributors choose the same title as another 2019 movie? It’s bound to cause confusion. Sigh.

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