Moments after a bloodcurdling scream disrupts Nick’s normally peaceful neighborhood, a frantic knocking at his door triggers events that unknowingly alter his fate forever.
Los Angeles, CA
North Hollywood, CA
Long Beach, CA
Los Feliz, CA
Los Feliz, CA
New York, NY
Red Lion Inn
Laemmle Playhouse 7
South Park Center
Laemmle NoHo 7
Long Beach Convention Center
O Cinema Wynwood
Mott Community College
Chapman University/Dodge College
The Vista Theatre
Regal Downtown West Cinema 8
The Complex Hollywood
"Intriguing, creepy mindfuck"
"It piles on the chills big time... Definitely look out for this"
"Etheria serves up the perfect blend of mind-bending and panic-inducing excitement from the best emerging women genre directors in the world."
"You’ll be clenching your fists and begging for more"
"It should put a big, twisted smile on the face of any horror fan"
"It certainly reinforces that female writers and directors are damn good at horror"
"You’re left with plenty of questions and a burning desire to see exactly what is going on"
Producer, Editor, "Sara"
co-director, co-writer, co-producer
co-director, co-writer, co-producer
Kelley Mack is an actress based in Los Angeles, California. She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to a businessman and a real estate agent. She has two younger siblings, including actor Parker Mack.
She began acting in commercials at a young age, but realized a love for storytelling when she was given a mini video camera as a birthday gift. For her first movie role, as "Chloe" in The Elephant Garden (2008), she won an Acting Award from Tisch School of the Arts. The film also won the Student Visionary Award at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival.
Despite her talents in acting, she chose to step away to study film production. She recently rediscovered acting as her true passion, and moved to Los Angeles to seek further opportunities in film and TV.
Wendie Weldon is an actress and producer who was raised in St. Louis, Missouri. Growing up, she performed in theatres around Missouri, landing roles in Charlie Brown and Aladdin. She received her degree in English from Colorado Christian University.
Shortly after moving to Los Angeles, she booked roles on Beauty Queen Murders, Trip from Hell, and Sutures. She recently wrapped a lead role in indie film The Curse of Midnight and is in production on short films, My Name is Lamar, Paige Pounces, and Lissy Borton had an Axe.
Wendie is producing and starring in several short films and most notably an original series Worst Friends Forever. You might see Wendie doing stand up in clubs around LA or in several Bud Light commercials.
Katrina Rennells, a Los Angeles native, is an actor, writer and director. She has an extensive resume in theater and musical theater, and is making a name for herself in short films.
She wrote the film The Perfect One, wrote and directed the short My Best Friend, Daisy, and wrote and starred in The Printer. She was also 2nd AD on the Los Angeles CineFest winning and LA WebFest nominated web series Slightly Dramatic.
"nick", associate producer
director of photography
David Sullivan is an award-winning actor from Longview, Texas. Early in his career, he starred in the indie film Primer, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. He was nominated for Best Debut Performance at the Film Independent Spirit Awards.
In 2012, he had a part in the Oscar nominated film Argo. He is now best known as Dennis in the Netflix original series Flaked opposite Will Arnett.
Sullivan has appeared in several television shows, including Joey, Justified, New Girl, Big Love, Boston Legal, CSI, and Wicked City.
Drew Jenkins, born and raised in Chicago, graduated with a B.A in Theatre & Drama from Indiana University. While at IU, Drew developed a strong theatrical background, starring in many main stage theatrical productions. In addition, Drew was cast in the short film Flick, which was associated with a class taught by actor Robby Benson.
Since his move to Los Angeles, Drew has written and starred as the lead in his own short film Drew & Kelly, as well as starred in another short, Relative Strangers.
Justin Knodel is a cinematographer located in Los Angeles. Educated and trained to shoot narrative films, Justin has shot over 60 short films, along with several music videos and documentary shorts. Justin also has experience in commercial and feature work.
Trained to shoot on 16mm, 35mm, Red, Alexa, Blackmagic, Canon series, and Sony FS7.
Ryan Stratton is a composer and multi-instrumentalist for film, tv, and other media. He began scoring to picture at the age of 15, and has since worked on projects in a variety of different mediums and genres. Proficient in piano, guitar, bass, drums and orchestral/world percussion, Stratton has performed on several of his own scores.
His work on the short film Infinite was nominated for Visionfest New York’s Best Original Score award. Notable credits include Gardeners of the Forest, a Student Academy Award finalist, Christmas with the Karountzoses, a Greek Christmas comedy available on iTunes, and ISRA 88, a science fiction feature film starring Casper Van Dien and Sean Maher.
Visual Effects, Art
Matt is a writer, designer, and visual effects artist. He started his professional career as a graphic, web, and motion designer working for various corporations and design agencies.
With an education in film production and screenwriting, he took his talents to Los Angeles where he broke into the industry, producing visual effects for a wide range of feature films, shorts, and online content.
"We are huge fans of the horror genre, particularly atmospheric horror. To make the audience feel something, based almost entirely on tone, is an incredibly exciting challenge. Then, further exploring human relationships on top of the scares themselves is the icing on the cake for us."
-Katrina & Wendie, co-directors