We’ve got the first image from the home invasion horror-thriller See For Me, from director Randall Okita and writers Adam Yorke and Tommy Gushue.
“The film follows blind teenager Sophie who is house-sitting at a secluded mansion which comes under attack from thieves seeking a hidden safe. Her only means of defense is an i-phone app called See for Me which connects her to Kelly, a veteran and volunteer across the country who spends her days playing first-person shooter games online and who now must see on Sophie’s behalf.”
Visually impaired actress Skyler Davenport stars in her first leading film role, adding realism to the film that also stars “Sons of Anarchy” actor Kim Coates, Jessica Parker Kennedy (“The Flash”), Laura Vandervoort (“Smallville”), George Tchortov Joe Pingue, and Pascal Langdale.
See For Me, inspired by a real app, is currently in post-production.
The film joins the emerging new sub-genre of horror we like to call “Speak No Evil (A Quiet Place), Hear No Evil (Hush), See No Evil (See For Me)”.