I think it’s a pretty safe bet that there’s a pretty big chunk of the population that hopes there’s life after death. Whether that life is in some sort of religious context, a spiritual one, a ghostly one, an evil one, or a reanimated corpse one, I don’t think it matters. There’s something in us that makes us believe that we’re either deserving of something more than what this life on Earth has given us or that encountering a ghost would be cool or that we can survive aapocalypse and a vampire attack with gusto.
Perhaps our almost universal desire for some sort of life or existence after this one served as the inspiration for Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton’s supernatural movie, We Go On, which makes its world premiere at Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, California, on Saturday, March 5th.
We Go On Synopsis:
We Go On follows Miles Grissom, who is offering reward money to the first person who can show him a ghost, an angel, a demon — anything to prove there’s life after death. He narrows the responses to three viable candidates — a scientist, a medium, a worldly entrepreneur – and along with his protective mother, he embarks on a dangerous adventure through Los Angeles that will spiral into an unthinkable nightmare.
We Go On stars Annette O’Toole (48 Hours, Stephen King’s IT, Smallville), Clark Freeman (YellowBrickRoad), John Glover (Scrooged, Gremlins 2, Smallville), Giovanna Zacarías (The Legend of Zorro), Jay Dunn, and Laura Heisler.
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