Experiencing Interruptions?


An impulsive middle schooler playing a game of hide-and-seek soon realizes something sinister is hunting him and his friends.

  • Sloan Turner
    Breach, Consumed
  • Sloan Turner
    Breach, Consumed
  • Tara Duffy
  • Simon Val
    Key Cast
  • JaNiya Ward
    Key Cast
  • Samantha A. Camp
    Key Cast
    "Ms. Wilson"
  • Carson Tinkler
    Key Cast
  • Sierra Chagin
    Key Cast
  • Brenna Sherman
    Key Cast
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    Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 42 seconds
  • Production Budget:
    5,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Sloan Turner

Sloan Turner, a Southern California native, is a writer/director who found her niche in the horror genre where she explores the darker side of life. She earned an MFA in Film from Emerson College and her award-winning works have been screened at dozens of film festivals, including the Boston Underground Film Festival and Screamfest.

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Director Statement

Since I was a kid I’ve loved movies—sitting on the floor in front of a TV was (and still is) my favorite pastime. When I was 12 my dad bought a camcorder that I immediately commandeered and began making my own movies with. My first was for 8th-grade social studies class and had something to do with The Great Depression. Instead of a factual, informative video, I wrote a murder scene with historical references peppered in. I bribed my friends to act in it and bought pig intestines from the local butcher for special effects. The final product was unbelievably rough and shockingly violent, but all mine. After the “premiere” the teacher called my parents with serious concern and several questions (in hindsight the intestines were probably too much), but that project sealed the deal. I was in love with filmmaking.

Over the years my skills and knowledge have evolved, but the subject matter remains the same—dark. Horror and thrillers are the genres I tend to gravitate towards because I enjoy creating worlds in which the audience can explore their own dark sides as intimately as I have mine.