Rarely seen outside of festivals in the U.S., Mandy Lane, has become a sought after genre film, consistently ranking at the top of the “best unreleased horror” film lists. The film tells the story of Mandy Lane, a quiet good girl who gets hot over the summer and becomes the apple of every boy's eye. She is invited to a weekend party at an isolated ranch, not knowing that all the boys are betting on who can score with her first. But once the festivities begin, the revelers start to disappear. Mandy Lane began as the thesis project of Fort Worth native Chad Feehan as he wrapped up his producing studies at AFI Conservatory in Los Angeles. After getting rave reviews and selling for big bucks to Harvey Weinstein at the 2006 Toronto Film Festival, the film ended up buried in the vault of a German corporation. Feehan has since transitioned to a successful career in writing and directing. Shot in Texas, the film also helped to established director Levine, who went on to make the very different 50/50 last year, and lead actress Amber Heard.