Radha Mitchell and Stephen Moyer are toplining director Olatunde Osunsanmi’s (The 4th Kind) Evidence, a found-footage frightener that follows two police detectives (Mitchell, Moyer) as they attempt to put together a portrait of a mass murderer by utilizing his victims’ camcorders, flip cams, and smart-phones.
Set in desert outside of Los Angeles, Evidence is written by newcomer John Swetnam and costars Torrey Devitto (”Pretty Little Liars”), Harry Lennix (“Dollhouse”), Dale Dickey (Super 8), Caitlin Stasey (Tomorrow, When the War Began) and Nolan Gerard Funk (Deadgirl).
Mitchell, who starred in last year’s remake of George Romero’s The Crazies, is best known for her portrayal of doomed milf Rose Da Silva in TriStar’s big-screen adaptation of Konami’ s popular horror game Silent Hill. She will next be seen in its sequel Silent Hill: Revelation and in the Erzsebet Bathory bio-pic The Countess.
Moyer, who is coming off season four of HBO’s vampire soap “True Blood,” recently wrapped on director Darren Lynn Bousman’s The Barrens, an ode to the Jersey Devil legend. His additional fright creds include the apocalyptic actioner Priest, the supernatural thriller The Caller and the home invasion flicks Restraint and Open House.
Evidence is being shopped this week at the American Film Market in Santa Monica, CA.