Sierra McCormick, Vinessa Shaw, Pat Healy Star in 'We Need to Do Something' (Exclusive)

We Need to Do Something
Atlas Industries
The horror pic from director Sean King O'Grady is from the executive producers of 'Saw' and 'Bird Box.'

Sierra McCormick, Vinessa Shaw and Pat Healy are starring in the horror film We Need to Do Something for director Sean King O'Grady.

The indie, which also stars newcomer Lisette Alexis and John James Cronin, is produced by Atlas Industries, Hantz Motion Pictures and Spin a Black Yarn and has just wrapped principal photography in Detroit.

We Need to Do Something sees Melissa (Sierra McCormick) and her family find shelter from a storm, only to become trapped. With no sign of rescue, hours turn to days and Melissa comes to realize that she and her girlfriend Amy, played by Lisette Alexis, might have something to do with the horrors that threaten to tear her family and the world apart.

The film is penned by Max Booth III, and adapted from his novella of the same title.

“Max’s script captures the hopelessness of 2020 in a way that is both cathartic and - dare I say – really fun,” director O’Grady said in a statement.

We Need to Do Something is produced by Bill Stertz, Josh Malerman, Ryan Lewis and Peter Block and is executive produced by Lauren Hantz, Donovan Leitch and Katherine Waddell, and co-produced by Colin Duerr.

Hantz Motion Pictures financed the film. Vinessa Shaw is repped by Buchwald.