UNCANNY ANNIE (2019) Horror / Feature / USA / 80mins
Director: Paul Davis
Screenwriters: The Bachelor Brothers
Producer: Tevin Adleman, Jason Blum
Cinematographer: James Kniest
Editor: Yang Hua Hu
Composer: Chase Horseman
Starring: Adelaide Kane, Georgie Flores, Paige McGhee, Dylan Arnold, Evan Bittencourt, Jacques Colimon, Karlisha Hurley
On Halloween night a group of college students get trapped in a mysterious board game that brings their darkest secrets and fears to life, where they must play to escape...and win to survive.
Uncanny Annie was the first feature film of season 2 of INTO THE DARK, with Davis being one of a few directors to helm two entries, and the only director to tackle the holiday of Halloween in both seasons.
As of 2022, INTO THE DARK is unavailable in the United Kingdom. It is available to stream on HULU in the USA and available on Amazon throughout Europe.
Karlisha Hurley as Annie.
Paige McGhee, Adelaide Kane & Georgie Flores.
The gang sit down to play the game.
"What this do?" Georgie Flores as Eve
Michael (Dylan Arnold) fends off the fiendish Prankster.
Behind the Scenes
Shooting the explanation of the game rules.
Blocking out the Prankster's invasion of Craig's personal space with actors Jacques Colimon, Camden Toy, Dylan Arnold and Cinematographer James Kniest.
With A-Cam operator Tom Fedak.
Silliness on set with Evan Bittencourt, Adelaide Kane & Jacques Colimon.
Getting the perfect angle in the Void with Cinematographer James Kniest.
Blocking Michael's fate with Dylan Arnold and Avery Bagenstos
Karlisha Hurley and the man himself, Mr. Jason Blum.
And that's a wrap!
From left to Right: Karlisha Hurley (Annie), Camden Toy (The Prankster), Paige McGhee (Grace), Jacques Colimon (Craig), Adelaide Kane (Wendy), Paul Davis, Georgie Flores (Eve), Evan Bittencourt (Peter), Liam Graham (Dave), Alex Kohne (Exec Producer), Avery Bagenstos (Tony), John Yang Li (Phil).
"A creepy metaphor for the zero-sum game which millennials find themselves
forced to play in a system rigged against them." - Sight & Sound
"A fun, surprising horror film with an appealing cast goes a long way." - Film School Rejects
"Entertaining & fast paced... Annie's brand of demonic manipulation is no child's play
and approved for all ages." - SlashFilm
"Piles on the “Oh shit, what now?” tension to acceptably excruciating levels." - i09.com
"An entertaining, slightly creepy experience. Uncanny Annie is a spooky-fun time." - Film Pulse
"Uncanny Annie is the perfect haunt for your holiday." - But Why Tho?
"Uncanny Annie is nice little spookfest that
makes for perfect Halloween viewing."