Monsters Exist – Trailer And Release Date For Adam Spinks’ ‘The Encounter At Boundless’ Horror Short

One of the cool things that came out of The Year of Covid is the influx of creativity and imagination. Rather than being constantly dragged into stimulation after stimulation, we were forced to sit around and be bored. Trust me, being bored is a good thing. The only time you can truly think about things and make connections between ideas (Stephen King calls this “finding the handle to match his teacup”) is when your mind has time to explore itself without distraction. And that’s what happened when the producers of the film, The Encounter At Boundless, got together last year. Check out the brand new trailer below!

From the press release:

Something monstrous is coming in the first trailer for upcoming monster movie, The Encounter At Boundless, premiering worldwide on June 25, 2021 online.

Produced during the COVID19 pandemic, The Encounter At Boundless is the story of a father and his estranged children as they spend a weekend away together to try to heal old wounds and find some common ground, but as the day shifts into night, it becomes clear that something else is out there…

The film stars Adrian Annis (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) and Winston Ellis (The Dark Knight, Pirates Of The Caribbean) alongside Ashley Oliver, and newcomers Kyla Heselton and Nathan Horrod.

Other cast members include Charly Burridge-Jones (Beyond the Cosmos) and newcomer Carys Vaughan-Smith. Natasha Branson (Urban Legends 2016), Ozzy Emery (Carrion 2019), and Sam Palmer are on board as producers. The music is composed by Sarah Playford (My Other Suit Is Human 2020), Jerome Smith (Custom Love 2017) is in charge of the cinematography, Phillip Biggs (Adam Patel: Real Magic 2018) will edit the film, and Steve Askey (Cannibals and Carpet Fitters 2017) will create the visual effects.

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