“The Raven” by the great Edgar Allan Poe and “The Birds” from Alfred Hitchcock are my go to when it comes to our feathered friends in the horror genre. I may now add another to that list. “The Unkindness of Ravens” is an upcoming horror film that looks to be different, bloody, and scary as hell.
Director Lawrie Brewster has crafted a film that’ll be sure to freak you out while telling a unique and fascinating story. “The Unkindness of Ravens” will not be for the faint of heart if the trailer is any indication. Below you can read the press release, get all the links you need to know, and watch the bloody, scary trailer in all of its gory glory!
The team chose Kickstarter to help with some finishing touches for “The Unkindness of Ravens”, so don’t forget to click that link below and donate. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
THE UNKINDNESS OF RAVENS
Starring Jamie Scott-Gordon
In the bleak highlands of Scotland, an army veteran must battle his demons in a last desperate bid to reclaim his life and his sanity. The Unkindness of Ravens was shot on location in Fife and Perthshire, Scotland by a fearless and dedicated Scottish crew led by director Lawrie Brewster. A co-production between Hex Media and Dark Dunes Productions, the film seeks to explore the effect of the horrors of war on the human mind through the media of beautiful poetry and brutal violence. The team are currently running a Kickstarter campaign seeking finishing funds for the movie.
Short Synopsis: Andrew Alburn, a homeless veteran suffering from PTSD, is plagued by flashbacks of a traumatic event he witnessed while serving in the armed forces. He travels to a retreat in the remote Scottish Highlands hoping to overcome his fear of ravens, the dark creatures that populate his visions, but, in this bleak wilderness, his nightmares manifest into an enemy more powerful than he could ever have imagined. He must battle these monstrous entities as well as his own inner demons in order to keep his life, and reclaim his sanity.
If you just watched that trailer and said to yourself “Holy shit I NEED to see this!” welcome to that club! That was my first thought as well. So donate what you can to help finish this awesome film and let me know what you think of “The Unkindness of Ravens” in the comments below. And don’t forget to visit MY OFFICIAL AMAZON WORLD OF TERROR PAGE for all your horror movie needs.
Keep it bloody.