UNCERTAIN, TX

UNCERTAIN, TX (2011) / Producer

SYNOPSIS
Two drifters take shelter in a bed and breakfast owned by an elderly blind couple and their mentally challenged (but physically imposing) son in the bayou town of Uncertain, TX. Convinced of the identities of their new guests, the elderly B&B owners play a methodical set of psychological games on the drifters resulting in a twisted, tragic end worthy of the town’s name. Written by Eric Steele and Hunter Wood (TOPEKA), Directed by Eric Steele (TOPEKA), Produced by Adam Donaghey (ST. NICK, LOVERS OF HATE) and starring Richard Rollin, Marjorie Hayes, Caroline White, Clay Yocum and Hunter Wood.

LOGLINE
In Uncertain, TX believe half of what you hear and none of what you see

TAGLINES
“Some reservations are meant to be broken”
“Family is everything”

CAST
Starring Hunter Wood and Caroline White; with Marjorie Hayes, Richard Rollin, Clay Yocum, and introducing Johnny Fletcher

WRITTEN BY
Eric Steele & Hunter Wood

DIRECTED BY
Eric Steele

LINKS
www.imdb.com/title/tt1710502
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@UncertainTX

UPCOMING SCREENINGS
This movie is currently in development; please check back for updates!

PRESS
Marshall News Messenger | Reelin’ ‘em in – Atmosphere of lake, B&B draws filmmakers to area

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3 thoughts on “UNCERTAIN, TX

  1. Pingback: Back on Set with MINOR IN POSSESSION and UNCERTAIN, TX « adamdonaghey.com | official blog, film stuff & other goodies

  2. It would be nice if you could find a scene to utilize our wonderful old steamboat in this movie, after all it is an intregal part of Uncertain, Tx for 17 years. Let us know.
    Regards,
    Capt. Ron gibbs

    • Captain Ron! How funny!
      We actually got some great photos of your amazing steam ship and some B-Roll…

      Unfortunately, we had no scene to take place on the ship. But when we’re back there and have some time for personal freedom (impossible when making a movie), we’ll have to take your tour!

      Thanks for the comment and your interest in the movie!

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