[The Daily Grindhouse Interview] Alec Trachtenberg, Producer of ‘The Cabin’
Alec Trachtenberg wanted to produce a movie that had Swedish and American talent involved. The result? THE CABIN, an international co-production filmed in Sweden, with two American leads. Daily Grindhouse is happy to present this conversation with Alec Trachtenberg about the making of the movie.
“The Cabin” Fright Fight
FINAL ANALYSIS: A nicely acted flick with some gutsy horror. (3 out of 5 Stars).
The Cabin: Interview with producer Alec Trachtenberg
New York-born Alec Trachtenberg made his producing [VIDEO] debut on the short film "Too Far From Home," which premiered in 2013. He has since produced Alien Invaders and Maid for Murder under his banner, Coast Art Productions.
Review: Johan Bodell’s The Cabin (A Delightfully Deceptive Suspense Thriller)
Relationships take a lot of work, especially when you’re in a long term partnership. Sometimes it’s all hugs and kisses, and other times it’s running from a grandpa masked, ax wielding madman in a secluded cabin. That’s basically Harry and Rose’s story. They decide to go on a retreat to Harry’s family cabin, both to revisit previous memories and to try and rekindle their dying relationship. It turns out someone else has decided to adventure to the property that weekend, and once he’s caught, he makes it crimson clear that he doesn’t want to be arrested for murder.
Movie Review: The Cabin (2018)
If you are a fan of thrillers, slashers, or any combination thereof, then you need to give The Cabin a look-see; it’s bleak, dark, and well-made…and that deserves you slappin’ your putrid peepers on it post-haste!
Fear has Found a Home - The Cabin!
The Cabin, scripted by Erik Kammerland and produced by Alec Trachtenberg of Coast ART Productions and KW Studios, takes you to the rural backwater of the Swedish summer, and on a ride you will never forget.
Available on VOD/DVD December 4 from High Octane Pictures.
A Vacation Turns Into a Living Nightmare in ‘The Cabin’ Trailer Debut
Swedish chiller The Cabin, produced by Coast ART Productions and the debut feature for Johan Bodell, is set for a North American premiere this December.
The Cabin Trailer Turns Vacation Into a Vicious Nightmare
Looking for the perfect little getaway this holiday season? Then look no further than The Cabin. This quaint fable will warm your blood as it sets your heart racing. There's nothing like a couple of well earned screams come Christmas time. Swedish chiller The Cabin, produced by Coast ART Productions and the debut feature for Johan Bodell, is set for a North American premiere this December.
Trip to ‘The Cabin’ Becomes a Game of Cat and Mouse [Exclusive]
High Octane Pictures will bring the Swedish chiller The Cabin, the debut feature for Johan Bodell, to VOD and DVD December 4th, Bloody Disgusting learned exclusively.
In the film, a young American couple – Rose (Caitlin Crommett) and Harry (Christopher Lee Page) – are on their way to visit Harry’s family cabin. But they’re not the only one that decided to visit the cabin this weekend…
The vacation is quickly turned into a living nightmare for Rose and Harry as they meet a vicious sociopath, who invites them into an involuntary cat and mouse game.
The film was produced by Alec Trachtenberg of Coast ART Productions and KW Studios.
The Modern Horrors Podcast Ep 131: Swedish Edition
Round two we check out the remake of a 90’s film that seems to be getting widely ignored, FLATLINERS. Is the cold shoulder treatment justified, or are we all sleeping on an entertaining movie? The elusive round 3 is here and this week we talk to Johan Bodell, the director of A NIGHT IN THE CABIN. Not only does he give us the scoop on his upcoming film, but he also drops some helpful tips for budding filmmakers. We end the episode with an old favortie, BULLSHIT ARTIST. Which of us is the best at being deceitful? All of that and so much more in episode 131 of The Modern Horrors Podcast!