I Know You’re in There – USA, 2016

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I Know You’re in There is a 2016 American supernatural horror film written, produced and directed by Robert Lawson Gordon, making his feature debut. It screen-shot-2017-01-14-at-12-48-52stars Mindee de Lacey, Will Hurst and Karin Lee.

When his mother commits suicide, Tom Redding discovers he has a long lost sister who cannot move or talk. Together they travel to their dead mother’s isolated home where Tom hopes to document his sister’s illness, only to be driven to the brink of madness by a supernatural evil…

The film is available across North America via iTunes, Amazon Instant/Prime, Vudu, Google Play/You Tube, X-Box Live and other online platforms.

Main cast:

Mindee de Lacey, Will Hurst, Karin Lee, Grainne McDermott, Blake Newcomb, Minae Noji, Jaimes Timas.

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Reviews:

“There is a supernatural element to the film but this is hardly explored outside of the story of the mountains having some kind of native American significance. There is also a sense of The Shining in a certain scene of the film but you will have to watch the movie to see what that is. If you like a film with a small cast and a story that keeps you hooked check out I Know You’re in There.” Peter ‘Witchfinder‘ Hopkins, Horrorscreams Videovault

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“The end of the film features a decent twist and the viewer remains engaged with the story line, but if you cannot stomach the lead actor, this film will be a tough watch.” Mike, Wicked Channel

“The cinematography, quite often with the juxtaposition of Tom’s documentary footage, and comparatively well played parts by Mindee de Lacey and Grainne McDermott respectively are the only things that deserve some appreciation. The rest is half-pie.” Leaky Loonage

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Interviews:

Director Robert Lawson Gordon talks to Horror Interviews

Filming locations:

Gazelle and Los Angeles, California, USA

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