[News] Dark Sky Films Brings THE DEEPER YOU DIG to DVD August 11
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Dark Sky Films is bringing their film, THE DEEPER YOU DIG, on DVD on August 11, 2020. Make sure you mark your calendars because this film isn’t one to miss.

In the aftermath of a roadside accident, the line between the living and the dead collapses for a mother, a daughter, and a stranger.

14-year old Echo and mother, Ivy, a tarot card reader, live a quiet life in a rural area.  When reclusive Kurt moves down the road to restore an abandoned farmhouse, an accident leads to Echo’s murder, and suddenly three lives collide in mysterious and wicked ways.  Kurt assumes he can hide his secret under the ground.  But Echo burrows into his head until he can feel her in his bones.  As she haunts his every move, trying to reach her mother from beyond, Ivy must dig deep to see the signs and prove that love won’t stay buried.

THE DEEPER YOU DIG stars John Adams (Knuckle JackRumblestrips), Zelda Adams (Halfway to ZenThe Hatred), and Toby Poser (From Zero to I Love You, “Del Weston on Film”). It is written and directed by John Adams and Toby Poser, with Poser producing the film.

Want to learn more about the film? Check out our review from Fantasia 2019 HERE!

Dark Sky Films is the independent production company and distributor behind such modern classics as Ti West’s The House of the Devil, The Innkeepers, Stake Land, Deathgasm, We Are Still Here, Girl On The Third Floor, and more!

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