Strange Nature DVD, Lisa Sheridan

ITN distribution delivers Ojala Productions’ eco-horror thriller, Strange Nature, starring Lisa Sheridan and Stephen Tobolowsky, onto DVD. Discover how filmmaker James Ojala (Hellboy II: The Golden Army) captured the bone-chilling scares in this horrifying and dysfunctional family drama.

By moving in with her estranged hermit father in the backwoods of a small town, Kim (Lisa Sheridan) and son Brody (Jonah Beres) find themselves in the middle of a horrendous phenomenon where deadly offspring mutations spread from animals to humans.

Here are 5 reasons why you should get the Strange Nature DVD:

5) Lisa Sheridan!

As Kim, Lisa Sheridan portrays a struggling single mother, reluctantly forced to reconnect with her estranged father. But when her son is in trouble, Sheridan turns Kim into a badass fighter, who’s unafraid to get the shotgun out! I loved seeing Sheridan fight back as she reloaded!

4) Our Favorite Wrestler!

John Hennigan, aka my favorite wrestler Johnny Mundo, proved he could be an action star in Minutes to Midnight. And now in Strange Nature, Hennigan gets to explore his range like never before! He delivers such an engaging  and charismatic performance as the antagonist, Sam.

3) The Special Effects!

There’s a dog with two heads. And then you have a man’s face somehow mixed with a frog’s. The practical special effects, makeup and prosthetics, are really striking when caught on camera.

2) The Social Commentary!

In our interview, writer/director James Ojala explains the film’s message, “I really feel like the environment has taken a major backseat to every other topic for many years now. If we can just get people talking about this topic or other environmental topics I think it’s a big win.”

1) A Terrifying Eco-Thriller!

The gruesome mutations alone will get a twisted reaction from audiences! With a solid cast, Strange Nature delivers bone-chilling makeup effects and terrifying scares that will make audiences go nuts!

Strange Nature is now available on DVD.

By Jorge Solis