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Body at Brighton Rock

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Wendy, a part-time summer employee at a mountainous state park, takes on a rough trail assignment at the end of the season, trying to prove to her friends that she's capable enough to do the job. When she takes a wrong turn and ends up deep in the backcountry, she stumbles upon what might be a potential crime scene. Stuck with no communication after losing her radio and with orders to guard the site, Wendy must fight the urge to run and do the harder job of staying put - spending the night deep in the wilderness, facing down her worst fears and proving to everyone - including herself - that she's made of stronger stuff than they think she is.


  • Karina Fontes
  • Casey Adams
  • Emily Althaus
  • Miranda Bailey
  • Martin Spanjers
  • Matt Peters
  • Susan Burke
  • John Getz
  • Brodie Reed
  • John F. Beach

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Apr 25, 2019

What makes Body at Brighton Rock such good fun is understanding where Wendy is coming from, and connecting to the very specific engine that’s fueling her fear. The movie’s truth doesn’t disappoint, because the truth is that nature plays tricks on the mind.

Andrew Crump
Paste Magazine
Apr 25, 2019

Provocatively toying with horror conventions, Roxanne Benjamin ensures maximum impact when the terror begins; though the occasional awkward edit rears its ugly head. Anchored by a star-making lead turn and sporting superb sound design, Body At Brighton Rock is a bloody good time.

Metacritic review by Bobby LePire
Bobby LePire
Film Threat
Apr 18, 2019

It’s not edgy enough to join the ranks of indie horror classics, but Body at Brighton Rock is a solidly just–scary-enough thriller that reminds us that it’s not “found footage” that makes us jump, it’s things that shriek in the pitch black night.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation