After suffering the loss of a child, American expat Alex (Gina La Piana, Black Widow) and her
husband Petri (Johann Urb, TV's Arrow) decide to take a much-needed holiday. Once they've touched
down in the seaside city of Oxnard, they are spirited to a gorgeous beachfront bed & breakfast where
they are welcomed by the charming if enigmatic Russell Marsh (screen veteran Robert Miano).
What begins as an alluring vacation from their problems soon devolves into a series of bizarre
occurrences when the peculiar locals begin to show their true colors. While Alex struggles to keep a
grip on her sanity, Petri finds himself increasingly drawn to the mysterious Mr. Marsh and his cabal of
An archaic evil has been summoned from the shores of this quiet crabbing community, one that has
designs on Alex. As she is sucked into a maelstrom of murder, mind control and maternal horror, she
will have to confront the abyss head on or lose everything she holds dear.
In the wicked vein of Brian Yuzna's Society and the classic Rosemary's Baby, Chad Ferrin's The
Deep Ones ably explores the murky depths of fellowship and motherhood through the crimson lens of
H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos.