Writer(s): Gary Dauberman; Stephen King (book)

Starring: Spencer Treat Clark, Lewis Pullman, Pilou Asbæk, Alfre Woodard, Bill Camp, John Benjamin Hickey, Makenzie Leigh, Nicholas Crovetti, Debra Christofferson, Kellan Rhude, Cade Woodward, Rebecca Gibel, Jordan Preston Carter, Sierra Hawkins, Gavin Maddox Bergman, Fedna Jacquet, Mike Bash, Liam Anderson, Avery Bederman, Marilyn Busch, Cassidy Neal, Sage Rudnick, Carly Silverman, James J. LaBonte, Alyana Hill, Lincoln Rulman, Mike Kaz, Jim Patton, Fred Robbins, Declan Lemerande, Robert Bouvier, James L. Leite, Sarah Howard Parker, Sean Wendelken, Daniel George, Cynthia Clancy, Hannah Crowley-Paolillo, Jon DiVito, Matt DiVito, Keanu Ham, Ian Dylan Hunt, Christina Largent, Alana Monteiro, Leah Procito

Synopsis: Ben Mears, a writer who spent part of his childhood in Jerusalem’s Lot, Maine, also known as ‘Salem’s Lot, has returned after twenty-five years to write a book about the long-abandoned Marsten House, where he had a bad experience as a child. He soon discovers that an ancient evil has also come to town and its turning the residents into vampires. He vows to stop the plague of undead and save the town.

Release Date: September 4, 2023 (USA) | Length: 113 min | Genre: Horror, Thriller | MPAA Rating: Rated R for bloody violence and language. | Note(s): Release date moved from September 9, 2022 to April 21, 2023. I can’t find a trailer for this and I am not sure it was actually released on April 21. McCord Movies is saying that the movie will not be a theatrical release and might be streamed on Hulu on September 4th 2023. Crossing fingers. Film missed its release date again. IMDB has it just listed as complete but still no trailer or real poster. The cast list has moved around again. I wasn’t able to identify Fred Robbin.