Tagline: What you can’t see will kill you.
Synopsis: Scott, Jenn, Harry, and Lacey head off to the remote island of Martha’s Vineyard to celebrate New Year’s Eve and reconnect. There are already initial tensions as they have grown apart since the days of college friendships, but as tensions continue to rise, an unforeseen presence halts celebrations and instead turns their holiday into a fight to live through to the new year.
Director Ritchie Filippi: A graduate of Hofstra University’s film program, and having worked on numerous big-budget projects such as Rock of Ages, Iron Man, Movie 43, etc., The Eve marks Ritchie’s feature directorial debut.
Al Thompson as Scott – It is his house and he rules the troupe. Every group of friends has the one they all look to, and with his charismatic charm, Scott almost always finishes on top.
Scream, a modern classic, is honored with the main cast: Lacey, Scott, Harry, and Jenn.
Maria DiDomenico as Jenn – A former fling partner of Scott’s, Jenn is tough, says what she feels, and doesn’t take too well to dealing with other people’s bullsh*t.
Miranda Noelle Wilson as Lacey - Harry’s girlfriend, a school teacher, and relatively new to the group, she takes off of Harry’s lead, which is not always the most secure.
With the Psycho homage poster, The Eve honors Alfred Hitchcock, the master of the thriller, a nod that is made throughout the film in its play on light and darkness. Do watch out for the … shower scene.
We pay homage to Psycho with this homage poster featuring Scott and Jenn.
Evan Bass as Harrison – Former best friend of Scott, and college buddies with Jenn as well, Harry is an entrepreneur at heart, but not always the most confident though he tries his best to exude such.
The Evil Dead and the brilliance of Bruce Campbell through Sam Raimi’s eyes.
Featuring Harry and Lacey in this classic homage poster.
Shot on location in Martha’s Vineyard, MA during the dead of winter, the island is its own character in the film, bringing the eerie quiet of the harsh winter ocean air over the leafless scraggy trees.
Poltergeist, one cannot forget the freaky sweat-filled nightmares that this movie induced. There is something off about this house. With homage series poster #2, The Eve pays homage to yet another movie that changed the course of horror/thriller history.
This poster, featuring … a young girl and a TV has hidden connection with this film. Beware what you cannot explain.
[Poster credits: Designed by PJ Filippi. Check out the High Def version here.]
Friday the 13th, one of the great classic horror films that set the stage for all copycat camp-gone-wrong movies to follow, but none has yet to live up to the thrill of the killer POV or the twist ending that nobody sees coming.
We pay homage to FT13th with this homage poster featuring Lacey, Harry, Scott, and Jenn, with the outline of … .
Not only was The Eve filmed on location in Martha’s Vineyard, but our soundtrack pulls from Massachusetts roots as well.
Siobhan Magnus, a finalist in the ninth season of American Idol, hails from Barnstable, MA [Cape Cod] and lends her beautiful voice to a chilling piece that helps shape The Eve‘s soundtrack and add to the dark and eerie texture of the film.
It is the film’s great pleasure to have Siobhan’s unique voice on a song recorded solely for the film.… Read the rest