The film is about a group of science students investigating the sinister urban legend of Leonard Craven, a.k.a. “The Mole Man,” an ex-patient of Black Grove Psychiatric Asylum who escaped and savagely murdered multiple people but was never found. The students explore the asylum to scientifically prove what happens to us when we die, but instead discover the terrifying proposition that Craven exists and doesn’t care for visitors.
Foster comes to the movie with an acclaimed acting resume. She has played lead and character roles in feature films and TV series since the 1960s, and is probably best known for her brilliant performances in “They Live,” “Masters of the Universe,” and “The Emerald Forest.” Foster is beloved by horror fans across the globe and promises to lend significant fan appeal and horror genre cache to “Investigation 13.”
Beyond the spine-chilling script and casting of Foster, the film also will be unique for several reasons. The production will use traditional narrative story-telling, but also will employ multiple forms of cutting edge technology, including found footage, hand-held cameras, surveillance cameras, and smart glasses to name a few.
“We are thrilled to have Meg Foster as a part of ‘Investigation 13,’” notes Rolando Viñas, one of the films producers. “She adds so much experience and horror genre credibility to our already-talented cast and production crew. We look forward to this movie entertaining audiences around the world for years to come.”