Inheritance, World Premiere At Los Angeles 20th Dances With Films Festival
Inheritance: Full Details
Director: Tyler Savage
Writer: Tyler Savage
Release Date: June 2, 2017
Release Format: Film Festival
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery
Running Time: 1 Hour, 30 Minutes
Ryan has just inherited a $2 million beach house on the central California coast from his biological father, a man he’s never known and thought long dead. Arriving in the charming town with his pregnant fiancé, Ryan’s curiosity about his father soon leads him into an introspective investigation.
As a looming family presence tightens its grip on him, Ryan detaches, pushing away his adoptive family and expectant fiancé. When he finally discovers the horrifying truth about his birth parents, he might be too late to stop himself from repeating a similar pattern.
Inheritance will premiere at the 20th Dances With Films Festival on Friday, June 2, 2017. The Drama, Horror, Mystery is produced by J.P. Castel, Dash Hawkins, and Chase Joliet. Nicholas Ghonda serves as Executive Producer. Drew Daniels is Cinematographer.
The cast stars
The screening will take place at 9:30 pm. at:
Dances With Films – TLC Chinese 6 – 6801 Hollywood Blvd – Hollywood, CA 90028.
To learn more information and to purchase tickets, visit Dances With Films.
The central theme around Inheritance takes a chilling twist of being trapped by family history. The synopsis alone sounds like Savage’s film will be mysterious and intense. There are films with a similar idea, a family member coming in possession of item from a departed loved one. That item turns out to have supernatural properties or hiding some kind of dark secret within it.
Savage’s film looks to take a different path. The inherited item is not an object rather a dark personality trait passed on for generations. This is speculation, summed up from the summary. The trailer is mysterious, yet subtle. You can see tensions arising in the footage, a hidden trait to validate my aforementioned speculations. However, It’s not enough to confirm. The ending scene is a giveaway that there are sinister forces at hand. The question remains if it’s the house or the inhabitants.