Marcus struggles with parasomnia, a sleepwalking disorder that causes him to do things in his sleep that he cannot remember the next day. When he wakes up with blood on his hands and a knife at his side, he is startled to hear that a close friend has been found stabbed to death. Marcus frantically tries to put the pieces together – could he have murdered his friend while sleepwalking to hide a dark secret between them? The police close in as Marcus investigates his own nocturnal activities, desperate to figure out what happens after he goes to sleep. His journey to uncover the truth leads him to a shocking revelation.
Winner of 9 festival awards, including Best Picture and The Audience Award, In My Sleep opened as the #1 new indie movie in its opening weekend. It has sold to over 70 countries. It is now available on iTunes, On Demand and Blu-ray/DVD from Amazon.
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Savvy Entertainment…filmmaker Allen Wolf torques this high-concept premise to darkest dimension. ‘In My Sleep’ works because the protagonist, while flawed, is completely likable and honorable. Philip Winchester exudes an integrity, as well as a gritty determination, which makes us root for him. Narratively, ‘In My Sleep’ never rests, a credit to the tight, psychologically astute pacing of filmmaker Wolf
Genuinely suspenseful moments.
Hitchockian. Lacey Chabert and Abigail Spencer are charming as two of the women caught up in Marcus’s nightmare.
Spine Tingling. In My Sleep is a brilliantly written thriller that genuinely keeps one guessing throughout the movie. The pacing is superb and the performances topnotch. Allen Wolf has created a very well made thriller.
It’s a nicely packaged film that keeps you guessing. Wolf’s premise about a parasomnia inflicted sex addict who keeps waking up with blood on his hands would make Hitchcock drool with possibility. Wolf’s debut shows promise as a writer and director; he certainly has the knack for creating tense moments, even a few jumpers.