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8 Found Dead wins Top Honors at ScreamfestLA

8 Found Dead, a horror film from Director Travis Greene, earned the award for Best Director and Best Picture at the 2022 Screamfest Horror Film Festival Awards Ceremony on Wednesday October 19, at the Montalban Rooftop in Hollywood.

The debut feature from Greene is a home invasion flick for the Airbnb generation. It follows two couples who drive to a secluded house in the desert for a weekend getaway, each carrying their own baggage, expectations, and secrets. Upon arrival, they’re met by an older couple who claim to have rented the house themselves.

Told from four different point-of-views, the film is less about “whodunnit” and more about “who survives.” What starts as a misunderstanding ends in an all-night bloodbath.

Starring Alisha Soper, Ali Trasher, William Gabriel Grier, Eddy Acosta, Laura Buckles, Patrick Joseph Rieger, Rosanne Limeres, Tim Simek, with Jenny Tran and Nancy Linehan Charles.

The film is a production of Sparkle Bear Inc., in conjunction with Palm 9. Written by Jonathan Buchanan and cinematography by Ryan Valdez. Produced by Travis Greene, Jonathan Buchanan, Ryan Valdez, Hannah, Risinger, Nathaniel Upshaw, Elliot Murphy, Laura Buckles, Neal Evans, and Rick Blakely.

Directed by: Travis Greene

Written by: Jonathan Buchanan

Cast: Alisha Soper, Aly Trasher, William Gabriel Grier, Eddy Acosta, Laura Buckles, Patrick Joseph Rieger, Rosanne Limeres, Tim Simek with Jenny Tran and Nancy Linehan Charles

Produced by: Travis Greene, Jonathan Buchanan, Ryan Valdez, Hannah Risinger, Nathaniel Upshaw, Elliot Murphy, Laura Buckles, Neal Evans

Composer: Travis Greene

Cinematographer: Ryan Valdez

Run Time: 82 minutes

Rating: Not Yet Rated

Genre: Horror

Instagram: @8founddead

Logline: 8 Found Dead is a home invasion horror film for the Airbnb generation.

Synopsis: Two couples drive to a secluded house in the desert for a weekend getaway; each with their own baggage, expectations, and secrets. Upon their arrival, each couple is met by two strangers, claiming to have rented the house as well. A couple of local sheriffs help the audience navigate the depraved and violent events of the evening, but what starts out as a “simple misunderstanding” ends in an all-night bloodbath. Told in four parts, with a shuffled timeline, it’s less “who dunnit?” and more “who survives.”

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