After her grandmother’s death, Jane travels to the family’s remote, ancestral home. When her estranged half-sister, Jennifer, arrives at Hobbes House, the sisters’ simmering hate erupts. A violent storm cuts the estate off from outside help and a wave of zombies lays siege. Now the sisters have to learn how to fight back together. (photo credits: 4Digital Media)
Juliane Block's films take inspiration from the horror, fantasy and thriller genres. From the violent world of Asian gangs (Unsecured Loan, 2007; Emperor, 2008) to the trauma of sexual abuse (3 Lives, 2018; 8 Remains, 2018), her visionary flair has made her an internationally recognized, award-winning filmmaker. She was involved with the multi-director project Train Station (2015) that won Best Feature at the Los Angeles Diversity Festival in 2016 as well as other prizes.