Los Angeles, California – The first official poster for Minutes to Midnight has been released. Masked and mysterious, the graphic reveals characters and a simmering conflict. Minutes to Midnight is a DeInstitutionalized LLC production. Starring William Baldwin (in his first horror film), Bill Moseley, Viva Bianca, John Hennigan, Dominique Swain, Christopher Judge and Richard Grieco the film is now complete and set to haunt horror fans very soon.
The film’s story begins on New Year’s Eve. A celebration is under way in a remote cabin. But, there are those who are on the hunt. Now, the party guests are being stalked by a masked group, who act maliciously and even murderously. Few will survive this night of terror!
This is DeInstitutionalized LLC’s second horror production. Their original release, A House is Not a Home (2015) starring Aurora Perrineau, Bill Cobbs and Richard Grieco has garnered multiple awards. Established by Christopher Ray and Gerald Webb, DeInstitutionalized continues to produce the best in horror. Webb says of Minutes to Midnight and of the film’s action: “too many times we see people run but not truly fight for their lives in horror movies. Our villains fight, our victims fight and our heroes fight to the sick twisted end.” The end will come soon enough, but this is just the beginning for Minutes to Midnight.
ForeverMaur Films and Possum On The Half Shell, LLc are presenting the DeInstitutionalized, LLc produced Minutes to Midnight.
Official Synopsis: “On New Year’s Eve, seven friends visit a ski lodge to celebrate the New Year. But before midnight can strike, they are systematically hunted down by a group of demented masked murderers whose cryptic agenda is more diabolical than anyone could ever imagine.”
Director: Christopher Ray. Writers: Christopher M. Don and Victoria Dadi.
Producers: Gerald Webb, Christopher Ray, Paul & Colleen Sinor and Christopher M. Don.
Executive Producers: Gene & Maureen Valentino and Richard Grieco.
Cast: William Baldwin, Bill Moseley, Richard Grieco,Viva Bianca, Dominique Swain, John Hennigan, Christopher Judge, Bryce Draper, Aaron Aguilera, Mercy Malick, Jena Sims, Sara Fletcher, Phillip Andre Botello and Heather Paige Cohn.
More on the film is available at the DeInstitutionalized Films website: