Jeremy Dylan Lanni’s ‘Deep in the Forest’ Comes to On Demand and Digital

The greatest thing about horror films is that we may tread a little more cautiously after watching them. Maybe we are a bit more analytical about a situation or have it in the back of our minds how quickly things can get scary.

Saban Films has release the unique thriller, Deep in the Forest, On Demand and digital on May 31, 2022. It blends the drama of a divided political turmoil with the scariest thing of the them all: the duality of human nature.

From the official press release


Deep in the Forest is a thrilling, topical, hold-your-breath thriller. As violent civil unrest sweeps the nation, a diverse group of stranger’s battle outsiders and in-fighting at a remote hideout. Shortly after arrival, divisions among the group become apparent. And as time ticks by, supplies dwindle, fear and anger escalate. But when armed intruders arrive, the group must stick together to survive.

Director: Jeremy Dylan Lanni
Screenwriter: Jeremy Dylan Lanni
Cast: Ursula Brooks (Angels and Demons), Derwin Jordan (Jason X – our retro review), Stuart Pankin (Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves), Peter Jason (Congo – our retro review), P.J. Ochlan (Little Man Tate), Wendy Worthington (Ally McBeal), Eva Abramian (My Haunted House), Will Bradley (Pretty Little Liars), Jedidia Dyer (Neon Bleed), Larry Cedar (Killer Kate!), Cela Scott (Star Trek: Renegades),
Genre: Thriller, Action
Run Time: 81 Mins
Rating: Rated R for language and a violent image
Distributor: Saban Films

About Kevin Scott

Parents who were not film savvy and completely unprepared for choosing child appropriate viewing material were the catalyst that fueled my lifelong love affair with horror, exploitation, blaxploitation, low budget action, and pretty much anything that had to be turned off when my grandparents visited. I turned out okay for the most part, so how bad could all these films actually be?

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