Shudder Acquires Horror Movie Starring Nick Stahl, Robert Patrick

Deadline Reports Shudder Has Acquired Distribution Rights To Horror Film Southern Gothic What Josiah sawwith Nick Stahl (hunter hunter), Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Scott Haze (God’s Son), and Kelli Garner (Lars and the real girl). The film will stream exclusively on Shudder in North America, the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand from Later this year.

Written by Robert Alan Dilts, earning his first feature film writing credit, What Josiah saw was directed by Vincent Grashaw and tells the following story:

Everyone in town knows about Graham’s haunted farm on Willow Road. You will hear that there is a bad story. Josiah (Patrick) and his youngest son, Thomas (Haze), are all that remains of this estranged family. But after experiencing terrifying visions of the afterlife, Josiah decides they must change their ways to right a great wrong. After being absent for more than two decades, Josiah’s eldest children, Eli (Stahl) and Mary (Garner), are urged to sell the property and reunite at the old farmhouse in hopes of closing this chapter for good. obsessed with their lives. The sins of the past will be fully repaid.

Jacques Weber (Average) and Tony Hale (Development stopped) are also in the cast.

A Randomix production, What Josiah saw was produced by Grashaw, Bernie Stern, Ran Namerode of Randomix Productions, Beth Elise Hawk of Gemini Girls Productions and Angelia Adzic. Cole Payne and Haze served as executive producers. Filming took place in Oklahoma.

Grashaw previously directed the thriller Cold water and the drama And then I leavebased on the novel Project X by Jim Shepard.

Grashaw had this to say about What Josiah saw:

I felt that if I was ever going to make a movie that scared people, it would have to be grounded in a reality that was relatable. It was one of the most unique and terrifying scripts I’ve ever come across, and I can’t wait to share this one with an audience.

Grashaw has assembled a great cast for this one, so it looks like it’ll be worth checking out when it hits Shudder. Here is a very dark image of Nick Stahl from the film:

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