Ahead of its 2017 release on 7th February in the US, UK audiences are the first to see Dylan Narang’s WAKE IN FEAR (a.k.a. ALL I NEED) hit streaming sites including Sky Store, Virgin Film Flex, iTunes, Amazon, Google and Microsoft through Grimm Entertainment.
After premiering at the Northern Virginia International Film Festival, WAKE IN FEAR has gone on to receive numerous accolades from around the world, including Best Horror Feature and Best Art Design at the Nova Film Festival.
The film boasts an ensemble cast of newcomers and established stars including the talented LGBTQ rights and body image activist Caitlin Stasey (Fear Inc.; Reign; I, Frankenstein; All Cheerleaders Die; Neighbours); two-time Emmy nominee Rachel Melvin (Days of our Lives, Zombeavers, Dumb and Dumber To); and Sorel Carradine (The Good Doctor), daughter of genre legend Keith Carradine and star of low-budget genre hit Deadheads, Markus Taylor.
Chloe (Caitlin Stasey), drugged and bound, wakes up in a motel room amongst a pile of dead women’s bodies with no escape. On the streets of LA Andrew, a struggling father, finds himself lured into the city’s seedy underbelly. Not knowing who to trust, will Chloe and Andrew discover the clues to who’s responsible? This stunningly shot, taut survivalist thriller utilises claustrophobic tension to execute nail biting set-pieces betraying itself as Narang’s directorial debut.