Fall of the Hunter's Moon


An independent horror film shot in Denver, NC. Led by filmmaker Stephen M. Gibson and his company, L R Squared Productions, Moon will premiere later this year.  Gibson hails from Denver, attended East Lincoln High School (class of 2001), and graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (class of 2005).

Tormented by the abduction of his sister ten years earlier, RAEFORD BROWN has gone to great lengths to distance himself from his childhood home of Dry Pond. Every decade, the small country town is riddled with mysterious disappearances during the time of the Hunter’s Moon. Rae, a tattooed hipster, is forced to confront his past as he and his brother JULIAN plan a weekend to commemorate the loss of their sister.

On the morning of his trip home, Rae has a run in with ANGENI, a native storyteller. She tells the tale of the Hunter unraveling the myths behind rural Dry Pond. Recognizing the tusked necklace hanging from Rae’s neck, a frantic Angeni insists he take an old Native knife from her. Confused and apprehensive, Rae obliges. He drives back to the small town with his quick-talking girlfriend ALICIA in tow.

Rae anticipates a quality time with his brother, catching up with old friends, and even a night out at a local dive bar. What he finds as bits and pieces of the puzzle are revealed to him, he could never expect. Rae is left with a difficult decision. Does he run from the terror, or does he stand his ground ending the reign of fear? Armed with a set of gifts given to him throughout the tale, he and Julian enter a surreal fantasy to face down an entity. This fantastical epic spans centuries of time, and will certainly be a weekend neither brother will soon forget.

The film, currently in post production, is a micro-budget horror epic with a Native American back story.  In an unprecedented shift from the indie norm, Fall of the Hunter’s Moon utilizes high definition cinematography, cutting edge special effects, and a sprawling 50 acres of North Carolinian countryside as the backdrop for this thrilling debut.  Director Gibson wrote the script, sketched the costume designs, spent last summer constructing sets by hand, and is a lead actor in the feature. His dedication and meticulous attention to detail have infected the entire team.




http://www.fallofthehuntersmoon.com/

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