It's hard to tell exactly how the story breaks down from this first trailer, but I'm happy as hell that it looks as eerie as I had hoped.
Munger Road isn't nearly as "art heavy" as most thrillers tend to be, though there were definitely some tricky special effects and logistical nightmares to pull off. I could tell even during production that Wes (the Cinematographer) and Nick (the Director) were taking the film's visuals very, very seriously, and that helped my end of things quite a bit.
Our areas of inspiration were more the likes of "Halloween" than "Saw." The goal was to see how far we could push real-life locations and real-life characters (from a story based on real events, no less), rather than adopt the modern trend of gothic/stylistic nonsense. I can't wait to see how it all comes together.