Horror movie filmed in Alamance County to play at Greensboro theater

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Movie crews shot a car crash on Elm Street and Marshall in downtown Graham on Feb. 2013. The movie, “Dark Awaking,” plays in Greensboro next week.

GREENSBORO, N.C. – A horror movie that was filmed in Alamance County in 2013 will be playing at a theater in Greensboro next week.

Dark Awakening” will be screened on June 26 at Red Cinemas, 1305 Battleground Ave., according to the theater’s website.

The Burlington Times-News reported that the event will be a special screening. Filming took place in early 2013 in Graham.

It was originally titled “Nevermore” and takes place in the fictional town of Cedar Rock Falls, North Carolina. The movie focuses on a man who decided to move his wife and 7-year-old to the family’s estate home.

The family starts to experience strange paranormal occurrences. The house is haunted by the ghostly apparitions of seven dead children.

Producer Starr Jones said the movie was actually written to depict a town in Alamance County. He said North Carolina has many great resources and shooting locations for a movie.

The movie stars former “Days of Our Lives” actor Jason Cook and “Aliens” co-star Lance Henriksen.

Imdb.com reported that the movie will be released July 17, 2015, although it was initially released last year.

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