OAKHURST — With clouds rolling over town and a full moon in the sky, what better time is there to see the locally-filmed, haunting horror movie Altar? It’s now playing at The Met Cinema, and this is its last week.
The award-winning horror flick was written and directed by local filmmaker Matt Sconce, co-owner of The Met.
This is Matt’s seventh feature film and Altar already garnered 21 awards over its festival run.
The movie premiered in Fresno at the Crest Theater mid-May and made its Oakhurst debut on June 1. If you haven’t seen it yet, luckily there’s still time: Altar will be on-screen at The Met through June 15.
The film is about a group of former college classmates who get lost while driving to a reunion camp in the Sierra Nevada. Sound familiar? The next part won’t.
“After stopping for the night, they stumble onto something much darker. They must battle to escape the evil they unleashed to not only save their own lives but their souls as well.”
On June 16, Altar hits ITunes, Amazon Video, Xbox, Vudu, Google Play, and the PlayStation Network, says Matt. Then, on July 1, Altar will be available on Hulu.
Watch the trailer and see you at the movies!