The upcoming arthouse horror movie One of Us has just announced its star-studded cast, with Douglas Henshall and Sienna Guillory set to take the lead. The film will mark the feature film debut of writer and director Stefan van de Graaff, and is being produced by Raquel Baldwin, with Robert Machoian co-producing and van de Graff serving as executive producer.
The allegorical film follows a family struggling to cope with a series of mysterious deaths, while a stranger lurks among them. Youngest, played by Kit Connor (recent Emmy-award winner for ‘Heartstopper’), takes it upon himself to uncover the truth and find the stranger responsible for the chaos.
Along with Henshall and Guillory, the cast of One of Us includes Beccy Henderson, Helena Breen, and David Horovitch, all set to take on pivotal roles. Charlotte Hope and Callum Woodhouse, Siobhan Fallon-Hogan and Ian Beattie also star in the movie.
Douglas Henshall, best known for his role in the mystery series ‘Shetland’, will take on a key role in One of Us. Henshall has also starred in popular TV series ‘Outlander’, as well as feature films such as ‘The Eagle’, ‘The Salvation’ and ‘Dorian Gray’. He will next be seen in the upcoming series ‘Palomino’.
Sienna Guillory, known for her roles in ‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’, ‘Resident Evil: Afterlife’, ‘Eragon’, and ‘Love, Actually’, will also play a significant part in the movie. She will next be seen in ‘The Meg 2: The Trench’.
Beccy Henderson, known for her work in the series ‘The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance’ and ‘Derry Girls’, will take on a key role in One of Us. Helena Breen, recognized for her work in ‘Hunger’, ‘Don’t Leave Home’, ‘The Devil’s Doorway’, and ‘Made in Belfast’, will also feature in the movie, as will David Horovitch, known for his work in ‘House of Dragon’, ‘Mr. Turner’, ‘102 Dalmatians’, ‘Cassandra’s Dream’, and ‘The Young Victoria’.
The film is set to start shooting this month in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
One of Us is shaping up to be a star-studded horror movie, with an intriguing plot and talented cast. The film marks the feature film debut of writer and director Stefan van de Graaff, and is being produced by Raquel Baldwin, with Robert Macho