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Written by Lori Bowland   
Monday, 28 May 2012 11:46

NC 87

A Film Directed by Robert Schwartz

 




 

Don't get stranded here!  This family isn't a family to meet.

 

 

 

 

What do you do if your car breaks down on a desolate road?  You'd call for road service on your mobile phone and if you couldn't do that then you would find a nearby house to ask for help.  Travelers beware! There is a family on a farm that doesn't take kindly to strangers on North Carolinas Highway 87.   A terrifying experience awaits a group of stranded young travelers as they encounter the family that hates intrusions of any kind.

 

 

 










"NC 87" is a film that follows in the same vein of "Wrong Turn" and "The Hills Have Eyes"  and tells the story of horrifying experiences that unwary travelers face when meeting a very hostile clan. The movie is directed by Robert Schwartz  and produced by Tracy Jackson.  Some new faces are included in the cast are Tara-Nicole Azarian and James Alcorn.  Ms. Azarian has the distinction of writing, directing and starring in her own film at the age of eleven.  Mr. Alcorn is a young actor with much experience with indie cinema that include the WB's "One Tree Hill", "A Few Brains More" "Epidemic Z" and a spot on a Lowe's home improvement store commercial.  Tamara Fleischer an actor with modeling experience appears also in this film. Her credits include "The Shunning", "Light of the Darkness" and "Who Slew the Dragon."  Mr. Schwartz' other projects are as boom operator on "Big Weekend," assistant director on "Apocrypha" and as director on "Epidemic Z."   There is no release date yet for "NC 87."  There is, however, a teaser to catch a glimpse of this motion picture on YouTube.




 

Take a look at the trailer for "NC 87":

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 28 May 2012 12:16
 

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