Today the new slasher thriller DREAMCATCHER arrives in theaters and VOD. Based in the world of EDM, the film follows the events and aftermath of a bad night out for a group of friends and the famous DJ Dreamcatcher. It seems that a masked slasher is stalking everyone while wearing the DJ’s signature mask. A high-energy whodunnit in the artery of SCREAM unfolds as everyone runs for their lives and in particular, a savage agent named Josephine attempts to save her client, DJ Dreamcatcher, from any and all bad press at any cost.
Interview with Adrienne by Yanis Khamsi
I had the pleasure of speaking with actress Adrienne Wilkinson. Not only does she excel as Josephine in DREAMCATCHER, available On Demand and Digital March 5, 2021; but she’s played a pivotal role in both the Star Wars and Star Trek franchises!
Yanis: Tell me about your character Josephine. What’s she like when we meet her at the beginning of this story?
Adrienne: Ooooooh, Josephine. Ok, picture the coolest person you’ve ever met — and then realize they aren’t even in the ballpark to how cool Josephine is…or at least thinks she is. Josephine was written as “Coco Chanel meets Elizabeth Bathory” so she is cut-throat, entitled and rocking a fierce pair of heels. She was delicious to play. Truly exhilarating to live in a character who has utter freedom and permission to do and say whatever she wants.
This is exciting! Adrienne’s movie Dreamcatcher has been released today on Digital and On Demand in the US
Dylan, known to his fans as DJ Dreamcatcher, is on the brink of global stardom. Everything changes the night of Cataclysm, an underground music festival, where two estranged sisters and their friends meet Dylan. After a drug fueled gruesome event, things begin to spiral into a 48-hour whirlwind of violence and mayhem.
LRM Online’s Emmanuel Gomez talked with Adrienne Wilkinson. Star of the upcoming horror film, Dreamcatcher.
Dylan, known to his fans as DJ Dreamcatcher, is on the brink of global stardom. Everything changes the night of Cataclysm, an underground music festival, where two estranged sisters and their friends meet Dylan. After a drug-fueled gruesome event, things begin to spiral into a 48-hour whirlwind of violence and mayhem. DREAMCATCHER was written and directed by Jacob Johnston. The film was produced by Krystal Vayda & Brandon Vayda, under their new banner, Quarzo Studios and Executive Produced by Jacques Kurdian, alongside Jack Sheehan, Scott Martin, and Michael Slifkin at Archstone Ent. Dreamcatcher from Samuel Goldwyn Films will be coming to On-Demand & Digital on March 5th, 2021. Interviewer: Emmanuel Gomez Twitter: @LRM_Emmanuel Instagram: @riddlemethis_510
Adrienne Wilkinson On Her New Film “Dreamcatcher,” Working Steadily For Decades, Plans & More
The new movie Dreamcatcher stars Niki Koss (Famous In Love), Zachary Gordon (Diary Of A Wimpy Kid franchise, Good Trouble), Travis Burns (Neighbours, Sunrise In Heaven), Blaine Kern III (=Happy Death Day franchise) Olivia Sui (Smosh), Emrhys Cooper (Mamma Mia!), Elizabeth Posey (”Euphoria”), Nazanin Mandi (“How to Make a Reality Star”), Adrienne Wilkinson (Star Trek: Renegades) and Lou Ferrigno Jr. (S.W.A.T., 9-1-1). The film was directed and written by Jacob Johnston (The Look-See, Sunny Family Cult), marking Johnston’s feature directorial and also his screenwriting debut.
The movie is due for release on March 5, 2021 on digital and on-demand.
The following article is from Deadline about the movie
EXCLUSIVE: Samuel Goldwyn Films has secured the North American rights to Jacob Johnston’s directorial debut feature, Dreamcatcher, set for a digital and on-demand release in March.
The cast includes Niki Koss (Famous in Love), Zachary Gordon (Diary Of A Wimpy Kid), Travis Burns (Neighbours), Blaine Kern III (The Perfect Date), Olivia Sui (Smosh), Elizabeth Posey (Starz series Heels), Emrhys Cooper, Ben. J Pierce, Al Calderon, Eva Shaw, Nazanin Mandi, Adrienne Wilkinson, and Lou Ferrigno Jr.
Written by Johnston, the horror-thriller centers on Dylan, known to his fans as DJ Dreamcatcher, who is on the brink of global stardom. Everything changes the night of Cataclysm, an underground music festival, where two estranged sisters and their friends meet Dylan. After a drug fueled gruesome event, things begin to spiral into a 48-hour whirlwind of violence and mayhem.
Krystal Vayda and Brandon Vayda produced the pic via their Quarzo Studios label.
Producers commented, “The idea behind Dreamcatcher was to design a film that brings back the whodunnit, the empty house scare, and the backyard fright all wrapped up in an original screenplay. We approached the film, from the beginning with Jacob, wanting to tastefully – and artfully – capture varying facets of society, with the sexy backdrop of a colorful pulsating Music Festival, all while set in the glamorous city of Los Angeles, California. This was to say, build a world that feels surreal – but obtainable, seductive, -but never explicit, and fun however equally frightening. The story is ripe with everything you come to expect from a genre film: twists, turns, and a dose of scares. While thematically, we explore the effects of trauma, the insatiable thirst for materialism and fame, and of course, the loss of innocence and corruption of power. The character development, and ensemble cast, gave us the opportunity to connect in a meaningful personal way, with varying audience demographics across the world. We are very much excited and grateful to be partnering with such a prestigious company and storied name in the motion picture business at Samuel Goldwyn Films. We are excited for what’s to come and see it all unfold into reality!”
Executive producers are Jacques Kurdian, and Archstone Entertainment’s Jack Sheehan, Scott Martin, and Michael Slifkin. Miles Fineburg from Samuel Goldwyn brokered the deal with Sheehan on behalf of the filmmakers.