Following a DVD release from Umbrella Entertainment late last year, Donna McRae’s critically acclaimed Lost Gully Road is set to haunt U.S. audiences this December.
Lost Gully Road tells the story of Lucy, a directionless young woman who travels to a secluded cottage in the forest to wait for her sister. With no television and little communication to the outside world she spends her days alone and drinking to pass the time. That is, until her unexpected host decides to keep her company…
In my review of Umbrella's DVD, I wrote that "McRae's exploration of thematic elements and sustained mood elevates Lost Gully Road from a simple haunted house film to a brilliantly crafted and intimate thriller that will haunt the viewer for some time after watching."
Lost Gully Road stars Adele Perovic (The Code), Jane Clifton (Beast), and John Brumpton (The Loved Ones), with a mesmerising musical score by Clare Moore and Dave Graney.
In the tradition of The Babadook and Lake Mungo, Lost Gully Road arrives on DVD and Digital December 3rd from Wild Eye Releasing.