Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
A small Midwestern town serves as the unlikely backdrop to a tale of terror that spans generations in the terrifying feature directorial debut of filmmaker Travis Betz. Life moves slowly in the quiet Midwestern town of Bisbee, but when Kelby Unger returns to town after a 13-year absence, the usually quiet town slowly begins to stir. With his unsuspecting fiancée Amelia in tow, Kelby sets out to attend his imprisoned father's funeral and bury the secrets of the past. The trouble is that Kelby's past isn't willing to go down without a fight. As long-buried family secrets gradually surface and the name "Joshua" is whispered amongst the townspeople in hushed tones, Amelia is about to discover that her seemingly normal fiancé will never truly be able to escape the deadly legacy initiated by his monstrous father.
funeral, midwestern, secrets, small-town, father