Dark Harvest Release Date And What Is Storyline?

Currently, “in development” Dark Harvest is the 2021 movie we are all waiting for. It is going to be based on Norman Patridge’s book Black Harvest. In its year, Black Harvest was very successful as a book winning the Bram Stoker Award for Best Long Fiction. We are pumped now that it is becoming a movie.

Do not miss out on the details as they are all lined up for you right here!

When Can We Expect Dark Harvest To Release?

David Slade’s Dark Harvest is going to be spewing horror all over the theatres it seems. As far as news confirms, the movie is going to release by September 2021. It is indeed a long way from now, but given the film’s production is at a halt due to the global pandemic, it can face some delay.

David Slade, who has previously directed movies like Hard Candy and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, is taking charge of this movie. Michael Gilio constructs the script, and we expect some chilly air to arouse with the movie’s onset. As the director is the Emmy nominated director for Bandersnatch, the genre is going to get explored entirely, it seems.

What Is Going To Be The Storyline For Dark Harvest?

Set in the 1960s, the movie is a Halloween Horror delight!

The movie seems to be based on the book. The book tells the story of October Boy, who rises from the cornfields every Halloween with a butcher knife as he makes his way towards the town. Few teenage boys wait to witness this nightmare for themselves, and that is when the sorry takes the turn to become the movie about life and death.

It is the night everyone is going to come face to face with the secret that hides behind the face of October Boy.

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