[EXCLUSIVE] Screenshots From Dan Wilder’s ‘Mercury Screams’

Screenwriter Dan Wilder is on the verge of releasing a brand new tale upon the horror world called Mercury Screams. If that isn’t a title that grabs your attention, I don’t know what is. PopHorror was lucky enough to get our grubby little hands on some of the screenshots from the film, and we’re sharing them with the entire horror world.

Although Mercury Screams is Dan’s directorial debut, he has had some experience in the filmmaking biz, most notably in Suite 313 (2017), The Mildew From Planet Xonader (2015), and the upcoming Haunting Inside. Some of the cast and crew involved are Cinematographer Jon Caron (My Name Is Jonah 2014, The Dissolving Man 2017), Editor and Composer JB Sapienza (My Name Is Jonah 2014, Idioms Origins Another Tale 2017). The cast includes Mohawk’s (2017) Wayne W. Johnson (Night Of Something Strange 2016), Roderick Klimek (Absolute Zero 2015), Seth Chatfield (Blood Of The Tribades 2016, Clickbait 2018) and newcomers Sarah Zimmer and Vic Sage.

Mercury Screams’ Official Synopsis:

 A young couple moves upstate to escape a personal tragedy. Once in their new home, an entity from a dimension just beyond our own makes his presence known, and reality is ripped asunder.

Now, what you have all been waiting for! Feast your eyes upon the screenshots from the upcoming film, Mercury Screams!

Mercury Screams, gun and wine

Mercury Screams, demon and girl

Mercury Screams, demon

Mercury Screams, woman in sunglasses

I don’t know who that guy in the hood is, but I certainly wouldn’t want to meet him in a dark alley any time soon! To keep up with the progress of the film, you can visit the Mercury Screams Facebook page. Give them a Like and a Follow while you’re there! And stay tuned to PopHorror for more news on this creepy upcoming film.

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As the co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of PopHorror.com, Tracy has learned a lot about independent horror films and the people who love them. Now an approved critic for Rotten Tomatoes, she hopes the masses will follow her reviews back to PopHorror and learn more about the creativity and uniqueness of indie horror movies.

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