She Came from the Woods, the forthcoming feature film by Erik and Carson Bloomquist ’18, wrapped in August at a cornfield, on Cushman Farm, in Franklin, Conn. (Above photo.) The Bloomquist brothers wrote and produced the film under their production company, Mainframe Pictures. The brothers describe the film as a coming-of-age story that is also a horror movie, according to The Day newspaper. Erik Bloomquist directed the movie, which revolves around a family-owned summer camp. Carson majored in film and minored in economics at Conn, while his brother Erik graduated from Trinity, majoring in theater and dance. The brothers started making movies with camcorders when they were kids, which they would show to their family and friends.
Starring in She Came from the Woods are: Cara Buono (Stranger Things, Mad Men and Person of Interest), Clare Foley (Gotham, Sinister and Win Win), Spencer List (The Bachelors, Hard Sell and Night Has Settled), and William Sadler (Die Hard 2 and The Shawshank Redemption). Mainframe Pictures also produced the award-winning television series The Cobblestone Corridor, and the films Ten Minutes to Midnight, Weekenders and Long Lost, among others.