Infernum (2019 film)
Dutch Marich Poster #1
|Music by||Bryan Stage|
|Cinematography||Dutch M. Marich|
Luminol Entertainment/Vekinis Studios
|Distributed by||Indican Pictures/Lionsgate|
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Infernum is a 2019 independent film that portrays a natural phenomenon called the hum as a dark entity that devours people. It's a psychological thriller, and horror film. It was directed by Dutch M. Marich and was written by Dutch Marich. The Executive Producer was Peter P. Vekinis who also produced Dutch Marich's previous independent film, The Dark Hand. Suziey Block stars as a Camille who saw her parents disappear as a young girl during a camping trip. Fast forward twenty years and the conditions that took her parents away re-appear so she takes her friend James with her to investigate.
The film starts with a family at a campsite. At some point, weird hell-like sounds start emanating from the forest and Camille's dad goes to investigate. Her mom starts getting worried when he doesn't come back and she sets off es to find her husband. None of them return and Camille ends up being alone and the film starts in earnest.
Twenty have passed since the event, and Camille, now a grown woman, is enjoying her sculpting talent. She is also doing a project documenting her parents abduction. Her friend James calls her and tells her that the conditions that led to her parents disappearance have returned and they should go see what's going on. They set off towards the fictional city of Henderson, Nevada to find out.
Along the trip her jealous boyfriend Hunter shows up thinking there is something going on between them. With the highway closed they decide to take an old train to get to their destination. At the end, with most of her friends having disappeared, she finds herself surviving in a world that just doesn't tell the truth to anyone.
- Suziey Block as Camille
- Clinton Roper Elledge as James
- Sarah Schoofs as Rita
- Michael Barbuto as Hunter
- Rita Habermann as Roberta
- Abby Wathen as Sandra
- Sarah Zinsser as Marilyn
Horror. Jealousy. Hell. The Hum sound. Sculpture (in the film Rita Habermann who is a real-life sculptor plays a sculpting teacher). Suspense. Mystery.
The production started in August 2017 and the principal cinematography started in November 2017 and December 2017 at Acorn Vineyards, near Healdsburg, California. Cinematography continued in Santa Barbara, California in March 2018 and continued in Ely, Nevada where most of the cinematography was completed at Northern Nevada Railway, headquartered in Ely, Nevada. Some more shooting was done near Los Angeles and it was completed around September 2018 with the wrap party in Hollywood, September 13, 2018. The premiere took place at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood February 1, 2019.
Infernum was released by Indican Pictures/Lionsgate on December 10, 2019. It went straight to a digital release and became available on many VOD platforms including Amazon, DirectV, Fandango, GooglePlay, iTunes, Verizon, Vudu, YouTube and Microsoft among others. Indican Pictures made a DVD available in February 2020.
Infernum has been well received. As of 17 April, 2020 it has a 5.3 rating on imdb.com. It was screened during the first edition of the Ely Film Festival  and featured on page 8 in the March-April 2020 issue of Nevada Magazine
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