Mischa Barton Basement, Uncork’d Entertainment

(Courtesy of Uncork’d Entertainment)

Uncork’d Entertainment delivers a suspenseful and bloody thriller with riveting performances in, The Basement, starring Mischa Barton. Directors Brian M.Conley and Nathan Ives cleverly hold onto a hint of mystery that simmers nicely through the solid cast.

Craig (Cayleb Long) is abducted and wakes up in a basement. His captor, Bill (Jackson Davis), is a twisted serial killer who wishes to reenact his own capture. As Bill tortures Craig, he cycles through a number of personas, all while Craig tries desperately to find a way into Bill’s pathology in order to save himself.

Here are 5 reasons why you should see The Basement:

5) Mischa Barton!

Were you a huge fan of Marissa Cooper on The O.C. from like I was!?! Mischa Barton is so good at becoming this flawed and vulnerable character, Kelly Owen, in the opening minutes! Barton becomes hauntingly arresting as Kelly worries about the whereabouts of her missing husband.

4) Craig!

As Craig and Bill, Cayleb Long and Jackson Davis deliver must-see performances that audiences want and expect. Long has interesting reactions to each of Davis’ alternate personalities. Through Long’s performance, Craig has to be sympathetic and quick-witted against his captor.

3) Bill!

Mischa Barton Basement, Uncork'd Enetertainment
The Basement

Though he’s playing multiple characters, Jackson Davis makes sure each one is grounded in emotion. There’s an inevitable sadness within Bill, who understands time is running out for Craig. Davis becomes increasingly loose as Craig becomes more and more paranoid!

2) in Theaters!

Make sure you catch The Basement at:

– LA: Laemmle Music Hall

– Cleveland: Tower City Cinemas

– Atlanta: AMC Southlake Pavilion

– Chicago: AMC South Barrington

– Houston: AMC Gulf Pointe

– Minneapolis: AMC Apple Valley

– Phoenix: AMC Arizona Center

– San Francisco: AMC Deer Valley

– Dallas: AMC Grapevine Mills

1) A Psychological Thriller!

Mischa Barton Basement, Unocrk'd Entertainment
The Basement

A fine psychological thriller, The Basement takes its time to deliver its twisted secrets. Audiences will be  captivated by the twist and turns!

The Basement gets a theatrical and digital release on September 14th, 2018.

By Jorge Solis