Actress Natalie Whittle is struggling to confront her own personal grief, as well as racial and political divides within the country, in the upcoming politically-driven horror thriller, ‘This Land.’ Her panic becomes even more amplified when she discovers that her tranquil family vacation has turned into the fight of their lives when a band of sinister elites begins targeting them for an ancient ritual.
Terror Films is set to distribute the feature On Digital and On Demand this Friday, March 10. In honor of the drama’s release, Film Factual is premiering an exclusive clip from the project. In the clip, which is titled ‘Cortez Grove,’ Whittle’s character, Ava, finds a box of VHS tapes in the titular cabin she and her family are staying in. When she begins watching one of the tapes, which was recorded in the mid-1980s, she’s horrified to discover that the sinister elites are performing the ancient ritual on an innocent woman.
Besides Whittle, ‘This Land’ also stars Adam Burch, John J Pistone and Jerod Powers. The movie was written by Collin Watts and Leon Langford, and directed by Richard Greenwood Jr.
‘This Land’ follows Ava, a traumatized mother, as she agrees to go on a rustic getaway on the 4th of July with her husband and son, Neil and Dakota (Burch and Powers). The vacation is meant to put the pieces of their lives back together. The family is struggling, as it’s the one-year anniversary of a violent home invasion that cost her unborn baby’s life.
However, the getaway becomes complicated after they arrive at the cabin rental and realize they’ve been double booked with a family with very different political beliefs. Tensions boil over the weekend as the families confront grief, race and the divide within the country. They soon realize something else is also trying to drive them apart – the band of sinister elites targeting them for the ancient ritual.
Actresses Natalie Whittle (center) and Mindy Montavon (right) play Ava Owens and Barb Moss in director Richard Greenwood Jr.’s horror thriller, ‘This Land.’