Wendigo (film)

Wendigo is a 2001 American independent psychological horror film written and directed by Larry Fessenden, starring Patricia Clarkson and Jake Weber. The film concerns a photographer, George, and his family who experience the presence of a dark force in a cabin during their wintry weekend at upstate New York while being stalked by a local hunter after accidentally hitting a deer on the road. Meanwhile, George's son, Miles, begins to have vivid hallucinations of the legendary Wendigo, who he believes to be responsible for the dark forces.

Wendigo
Theatrical release poster
Directed byLarry Fessenden
Written byLarry Fessenden
Produced byJeffrey Levy-Hinte
StarringPatricia Clarkson
Jake Weber
Erik Per Sullivan
CinematographyTerry Stacey
Edited byLarry Fessenden
Music byMichelle DiBucci
Production
companies
Antidote Films
Glass Eye Pix
Distributed byMagnolia Pictures
Release date
  • January 23, 2001 (2001-01-23)
Running time
91 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Box office$1,107

The film was produced by Antidote Films and Glass Eye Pix, and was distributed by Magnolia Pictures. It was released to theatres on January 23, 2001, for a limited time, and received mixed reviews by critics. The film was not a major box office attraction and bombed as it scored $1,107 on opening weekend.


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