- Dark Harvest, the English film, is based on the 2006 novel with the same title
- It is made under the banner of Matt Tolmach Productions and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
- It is a horror fantasy movie
E’myri Crutchfield and Casey Likes essay the lead characters, Kelly Haines and Richie Shepard, in the fantasy horror movie Dark Harvest. On October 11, 2023, the film had a one-day theatrical run exclusively at Alamo Drafthouse. Keep reading to learn more details.
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Dark Harvest OTT Rights and Release Date
|Movie Name||Dark Harvest|
|OTT Platform||Amazon Prime Video|
|OTT Release Date||October 13, 2023|
|Cast||Casey Likes, E’myri Crutchfield, Jeremy Davies, Dustin Ceithamer, Elizabeth Reaser, Britain Dalton, Luke Kirby, and Steven McCarthy|
Dark Harvest Official Trailer
Dark Harvest is based on the horror novel written by Norman Partridge of the same name. Principal photography was scheduled to commence in August 2021.
Dark Harvest Cast and Crew
Apart from Casey Likes and E’myri Crutchfield, Jeremy Davies, Dustin Ceithamer, Elizabeth Reaser, Britain Dalton, Luke Kirby, and Steven McCarthy star in it. David Slade is the director of Dark Harvest. The screenplay is by Michael Gilio, and Matt Tolmach and David Manpearl are the producers. It is made under the banner of Matt Tolmach Productions. Art Jones is the editor, and Larry Smith is the cinematographer. Brian Reitzell composed the film’s music.
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Dark Harvest Storyline
Every Halloween, a fabled creature known as October Boy emerges from the cornfields in a small Midwestern town, terrorising the locals as he advances, those bold enough to face him.
Dark Harvest Reviews and IMDb Rating
Reviewing the film, Slashfilm mentioned it as “a Halloween Treat for horror fans.” According to Bloody Disgusting, “It’s proficiently crafted and does enough right by the gore, Halloween setting, and monster that Dark Harvest makes for a serviceable watch this spooky season. It may not make for requisite annual viewing, but its fearless commitment to slaughtering teens against a cosy Fall backdrop at least makes for a fun enough watch as you carve up jack-o’-lanterns.” IMDb rating of Dark Harvest will be updated when available.