Aug 172016


Tall Grass Films has announced the North American Digital HD and Canadian Cable VOD release of Rob Willey’s debut feature Dark Cove. Set against the tranquil beauty of Vancouver Island, the film follows five young friends on a camping trip that quickly turns to mayhem when they meet a trio of strangers. A vicious assault leaves one partygoer dead and in the scramble to cover it up, everyone’s life is thrown into peril. Dark Cove is available to rent or own now on iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Vimeo, XBox and more in the US and Canada. The film is also available on Canadian Cable platforms Shaw, Bell and MTS.

Dark Cove premiered at the 2015 Hot Springs International Horror/Thriller Film Festival and stars writer-director Rob Willey, Eliot Bayne, Cameron Crosby, Rob Abbate, Montanna McNalley, James Anderson, Jules Cotton, Ty Stokoe and Alexandra Brown.

Five twenty-something friends go on their annual camping trip to the beautiful rugged coast of Vancouver Island. While catching up and enjoying each other’s company, they run into a British man and two Australian surfers also partying on Sombrio Beach. After a physical confrontation that ends in bloodshed, everything starts to spiral out of control as the Canadian campers are pushed into a grueling fight against man and nature to survive.

The iTunes release of Dark Cove exclusively includes a feature-length commentary with writer-director Rob Willey, a gag reel and audition footage.


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