Outside of the Popcorn Frights features playing in theaters, the south Floridian festival also has a huge batch of films that will premiere virtually, from August 16-19.
Bloody Disgusting has your first look at Night at the Eagle Inn, the latest feature from Erik Bloomquist, who saw his Ten Minutes to Midnight premiere at last year’s event.
In the film…
“Fraternal twins Spencer and Sarah Moss embark on a pilgrimage to a remote Vermont inn to investigate the last known whereabouts of their father who mysteriously disappeared the night they were born.
“Once checked in, the uncanny innkeeper and enigmatic groundsman guide the twins through the institution’s tragic and terrifying history. Not ones to leave any stone unturned, Spencer and Sarah go rogue and dive deeper — their exploration leading to shocking revelations as the property’s dark secrets ensnare them in a hellish labyrinth they must escape before dawn.”
Amelia Dudley, Taylor Turner, Beau Minniear, Greg Schweers, and Erik Bloomquist star.
The festival describes the film as “equal parts The Innkeepers, The Shining, and Vacancy,” calling it “a fast-paced horror-mystery laden with intrigue, black comedy, and plenty of scares.”