Love Is “Blind” In The New Horror Masterpiece By Visionary Director Marcel Walz Starring Sarah French and Caroline Williams Jimmy Star June 20, 2019 MobAngeles, Movies & Videos, Press Release Silent Partners has just unveiled the first look poster and new stills from the upcoming feature Blind,the highly anticipated new horror thriller by Blood Feast remake director Marcel Walz. Blind follows Faye (Sarah French), a former actress that lost her vision due to botched laser eye surgery, struggles to put her life back together while living alone in her dream house in the Hollywood Hills. Supported by her friend Sophia (Caroline Williams), she starts opening up to Luke (Tyler Gallant), a personal trainer who is mute and can only communicate through his cell phone. When a masked stranger named Pretty Boy (Jed Rowen) shows up, Faye will realize that she isn’t as alone as she thinks. Blindwas Written by Joe Knetter (Terror Overload, Desert Moon) and produced by Ruediger W. Kuemmerle and Ivan Hurschka. Silent partners assembled an incredibly talented cast, starring: Sarah French(Rootwood) Caroline Williams(Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Halloween 2, Hatchet 3) Jed Rowen(The Ghastly Love of Johnny X) Tyler Gallant(#FollowMe) Thomas Haley(Desert Moon) Ben Kaplan(slasher.com) And Michael St. Michael(The greasy strangler) Introducing Jessica Galetti(Crazy Rich Asians) Blind is Caroline Williams’ first Executive Producer credit with Marcel Walz and Silent Partners. Williams states “Marcel Walz is one of my closest friends and favorite directors, beginning with Blood Feast, and my creative bond is greatly enhanced with Rudiger Kuemmerle as Silent Partner chief. Blind is a labor of love and all associated with it can be very proud.” Blindis currently finishing up post-production, and we will keep you pasted as it continues to move forward. In the interim, check out these amazing images. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.