Barricade (2012 film)
|Directed by||Andrew Currie|
|Produced by||Michael Pavone|
|Written by||Michaelbrent Collings|
|Music by||Trevor Morris|
|Edited by||Peter Forslund|
(Barricade Productions, Inc.)
|Distributed by||WWE Studios|
|Running time||82 Minutes|
Barricade is a 2012 action thriller directed by Andrew Currie. The film stars Eric McCormack. The film was released on September 9, 2012. It is the first film entirely produced by WWE Studiosto not feature a wrestler in any role.
A father goes out on vacation with his two kids for some bonding time after the death of their mother. They meet a nice old man named Howes who lent them the key to the father and the late mothers old cabin. As the widower and children lived in the cabin, turns out there is going to be a blizzard. The family becomes sick, the illness causes the father to hallucinate that his children often go missing and that there is a invisible entity in the cabin with them.
Everything is all madness, thrills and flashbacks about the father's wife until the father goes up to the attic to find Howes tied up and telling him the Blizzard was already over.
The father could't believe it , runs to his kids in the bedroom to find them dead because of the illness and not being sent to a doctor in time. He mourns over his children's death, and whispered he couldn't save them. But he hears his dead wife's voice that he did save them and the father begins to remember how he took care of his kids trying.
- Eric McCormack as Terrance Shade
- Jody Thompson as Leah Slade
- Conner Dwelly as Cynthia Shade
- Ryan Grantham as Jack Shade
- Donnelly Rhodes as Sheriff Howes
- Dallas Blake as Deputy Dan
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