616 WILFORD LANE (2021) Review and release news for horror movie

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616 Wilford Lane is a 2021 American horror film about a grieving man who relocates his two teen daughters to a charming town and into their dream home. Quickly, the dream soon seems to have become an inescapable nightmare.

Directed by Mark S. Allen (co-writer of Apparition) and Dante Yore (Fear PHarm) from a screenplay co-written by Mark S. Allen, Howard Burd and Dante Yore. Produced by Mark S. Allen and Howard Burd (Fear PHarm 2; Apparition).

The Make The Movie production stars Jasmine Waltz (Black Water; Cheerleader Massacre 2), Jessica Chancellor (Power Rangers: First Ninja), Mark DeCarlo, Alyson Gorske, John Littlefield and Eric Roberts.

Plot:

After the tragic death of his wife, Jim (John Littlefield) is a single father of two teenage daughters, Randy (Jessica Chancellor) and Staci (Alyson Gorske). Uprooting his family from the city to a mansion in the country, the family soon discovers the town’s dark history and the secrets buried inside the walls of their new home…

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Reviews:

“For most of its length […] 616 Wilford Lane is an entertaining enough film. There are a few scares and plenty of eye candy to keep your attention between them. Just don’t stop to wonder what Jim does that he can afford a seven-figure home and never seem to go to work. Or why the town would be so desperate to cover up a murder.” Voices from the Balcony

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Release date:

In the USA, Indican Pictures will release 616 Wilford Lane on May 18, 2021.

Cast and characters:

Eric Roberts … David
Jasmine Waltz … Austyn
Jessica Chancellor … Randy
Mark DeCarlo … Ashley Cordray Esq.
John Littlefield … Jim
Stevonte Hart … Miles
Don Scribner … Sheriff
Alyson Gorske … Staci
Mikaela Gilden … Waitress
Jon Herrmann … Matt
Kelly Savanna Deaton … Patricia

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