The supernatural crime thriller “Cold Moon” tells the story of Nathan Redfield (Josh Stewart), an arrogant man of great wealth who has either lost his mind or is being tormented by terrible forces beyond even the most paranoid of imaginings. In a sleepy Southern town, the Larkins have suffered a terrible tragedy, but the family is now about to face an even more grievous trial. As traffic lights blink an eerie warning, a ghostly apparition prowls the streets, and corpses erupt from the graves of the local cemetery in an implacable march of terror. And beneath the murky surface of the river, a shifting, vaguely human shape slowly takes form, rising up from the deep to seek a terrible vengeance. Featuring a cast that includes Frank Whaley, Christopher Lloyd, Candy Clark, and “The Room” auteur Tommy Wiseau, “Cold Moon” is co-written by native St. Louisan Jack Snyder (“Ghost Image,” “Fatal Call”). The film is adapted from a novel by Michael McDowell, hailed as “the finest writer of paperback originals in America” by master of horror Stephen King.