Today is the long-awaited release of Dead Shack, an uproarious horror/comedy film directed by Peter Ricq.
Dead Shack is about a family on a camping trip at a run-down cabin in the woods over a mid-winter weekend; the three kids must save their parents from the neighbor who intends to feed them to her un-dead family.
The young cast is a dynamic one. Immature teenager Colin (LaBelle) and his sassy sister, Summer (Boys), are on the camping trip with their partier dad, Roger (Stinson), their drunk stepmom, Lisa (Tian), and Colin’s friend, Jason (Nelson-Mahoud).
During the process of filming, director Ricq reached out to Alpha Industries and asked us to provide a few jackets to be worn in the movie. Alpha Industries ended up giving them four bombers that were worn by two of the main characters in different scenes throughout the film.
In these scenes, Summer is rocking a maroon MA-1 W Flight Jacket and her brother Colin is an olive MA-1 Flight Jacket.
The feature film is currently available in the United States and the United Kingdom on iTunes as well as on Shudder, an online streaming similar to Netflix but only for horror.
The score of the film, done completely by Humans, was also just released on Lakeshore Records, who is known for working on hit series including Stranger Things and The Walking Dead.
According to Gruesomemagazine.com, “Like the best horror comedies, Dead Shack has the audience really care about the protagonists.”
Pophorror.com says, “There’s so much that works in Dead Shack, I don’t even know where to start. First of all, the characters are fantastically flawed. No one is a hero – especially not the adults.”
Check out the trailer for the film here!