Part Scream Queen, part director, 100% horror fan Jessica Cameron has been on the horror scene for a while now – numerous acting credits and with the release of A Bad Place – a three-time director.
The film will have its world debut at the Cinequest Film Festival this Saturday, March 7th. A trailer has rolled out in advance of the screening – you know you want to see it.
Cameron wrote, directed and produced the project – the storyline is as follows:
“Horror film darling and Scream Queen Jessica Cameron returns for her third time in the director’s chair with a chilling vision: the story of another place, another time, where three female strangers must evade a shadowy force and their own grim pasts, as they try to find a way beyond a nightmare world that exists in a foggy edge of reality. Florence, Molly, and Collette are trapped in a world they couldn’t possibly have imagined…all running from events that happened in their lives; each forced to confront the unthinkable. Cameron has always believed in producing horror films that empower female characters, and A Bad Place is a perfect addition to her repertoire as an artist. And, just like her previous films, she always provides the audience with stories as wild as they are unpredictable.”
The film stars Ali Ferda, Heather Dorff, Johanna McGinley, Jim Foreman, Dylan Cinti and features a debut performance from Bella Mortensen.