Saturday, September 14, 2019


Epic Pictures is thrilled to announce the release of Rob Grant's award-winning feature film, HARPOON, on VOD and Blu-ray on October 8th!

Rivalries, dark secrets, and sexual tension emerge when three best friends find themselves stranded on a yacht in the middle of the ocean desperate for survival.
HARPOON is written & directed by Rob Grant (Alive), starring Munro Chambers (Turbo Kid), Emily Tyra (Code Black), Christopher Gray (The Society), and narrated by Brett Gelman (Fleabag).

Special Features: 
Harpoon Behind the Scenes – 30 min

Deleted Scenes:
-Opening Extended - 2 min
-Engine Won’t Start – 1Min 35sec
-Post Sex Talk – 1 min
B-Roll with Commentary – 6min

-Director’s Psychedelic Commentary
-Crew Commentary
Trailers & more

Disc Material:
Story Trailer – 100 sec
Teaser – 60 Sec

English 5.1 Surround Sound and English Stereo 2.0
English SDH
Spanish Subtitles
Blu-ray is Region Free

FREAKS Out Now In Theaters

FREAKS starring Emile Hirsch and Bruce Dern out in theaters now. The film is directed by Adam Stein and Zach Lipovsky. It costars Amanda Crew, Grace Park and introducing Lexy Kolker.

Kept locked inside the house by her father, 7-year-old Chloe lives in fear and fascination of the outside world, where Abnormals create a constant threat – or so she believes. When a mysterious stranger offers her a glimpse of what’s really happening outside, Chloe soon finds that while the truth isn’t so simple, the danger is very real.

My Review Of "Groupers"

"Groupers" is a dark, satirical revenge film. It takes the angst of the disenfranchised and the cult asthetics of "Hard Candy" to create a unique story. The film is writer / director Anderson Cowan’s feature film debut. "Groupers" stars Nicole Dambro, Peter Mayer-Klepchick, Cameron Duckett, Jesse Pudles, Brian Ioakimedes, and Terrance Wentz.

The film centers around two all-American high school jocks Brad and Dylan (Peter Mayer-Klepchick and Cameron Duckett) who are out for a night on the town when they are kidnapped, drugged. They awaken tied up face to face in an abandoned pool in the middle of nowhere by a girl named Meg. Absurdity and insanity ensue as we learn that Orin (Jesse Pudles), Meg’s overly flamboyant brother has been the target of Brad and Dylan’s homophobic bullying and that Meg is actually a grad student who plans to perform a psychological and somewhat sadistic experiment on them as part of her thesis, which poses the question, “is homosexuality a choice”.

The movie is almost as cool as the synopsis reads. Almost. The first forty minutes set the stage, going right into the film's, dark, almost underground nature. And it is a good start. The characters feel familiar and the dialogue flows naturally from the characters. The immediate situation is edgy enough to hook you in. It all is a bit of theatrics that set on the edge of what is plausible, much in the way of films like "Pecker", "The Chumscrubber" and "Hard Candy".

The cast do a great job, for the most part, giving life to these "fringe" characters. However the energy and substance begins to lack at the midway point. Dialogue starts to feel redundant and the story arc sort of stalls out. There's still enough taking place to keep your attention, with just the scope of the situation, the introduction of the bullied brother that is most likely insane, and the continued tight performance by several of the cast.

Unfortunately things hit a wall with the last act. "Groupers" introduces a twist to the movie that does more to disrupt the overall flow of the story than it does to muck up Meg's agenda. It adds a distraction to the plot that doesn't make sense and does nothing to enhance the story. Still this is a cool, fresh, generation Z film that brings light and levity to an otherwise dark subject of homophobia and bullying. Just go in knowing that it gives half of what it sets out to achieve, and enjoy the downward, comedic spiral. (3/5)

My Review Of "Debunkers Inc"

"Debunkers, Inc" is Matt Thompson's family friendly mystery adventure. The film stars Josh Pinkowski, Izzy Pollak, Blake Kevin Dwyer, Nicole DuBois, and Ryan Andrews. "Debunkers, Inc" is a very generalized Scooby gang styled high school mystery movie. 

The Debunkers are a band of amateur detectives who will do anything to become heroes (and make a buck while they’re at it), the self-proclaimed “premiere Mystery Debunking business in the state of California. These boys are willing to fake it till they make it, and so far they’ve solved only a handful of petty mysteries, but they’re about to get the assignment of a lifetime.

"Debunkers, Inc" is very family friendly. The thought that kept coming to mind was that - this film reminds me of the Saturday series 'The Inspectors' about college kids interning for the Inspector General's office of the Postal Service- or something like that. Only in style, campiness and very soft drama. Only with "Debunkers, Inc" there is a direct link to the Scooby Doo concept. 

The story and overall intend is a cute, simple adventure mystery with an element of paranormal activity which sets up this group of high schoolers for a chance to show their skills. It's murder mystery in a very benign way, There is no violence and the film never gets anywhere close to thriller territory. It is all mid-morning weekend i/e approved. 

The acting is disjointed and a bit too theatrical, which if the whole concept would have been to go camp, would have been okay. But the supporting cast and a lot of the situational stuff stays bland and straight which creates a clunky, disenchantment air that causes the entertainment value to struggle to take off. Overall "Debunkers, Inc" is only going to appeal to a small, select audience. Like I said, that weekend mid-morning kiddie crowd. Unfortunately though, the movie never reaches it's inspired target as Scooby approved. (2.5/5)

Friday, September 13, 2019

A Second Red Band Trailer Released For Hulu's "Little Monsters"

A second red band trailer has been released for Hulu's "Little Monsters". The film, directed by Abe Forsythe, is due for release October 11th. A one night theatrical screening is set for the 8th. "Little Monsters" stars Lupita Nyong'o, Josh Gad, Stephen Peacocke and Alexander England.

A washed-up musician teams up with a teacher and a kids show personality to protect young children from a sudden outbreak of zombies.

My Review Of "Power Of Grayskull: The Definitive History Of He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe"

From Randall Lobb and Robert McCallum, "THE POWER OF GRAYSKULL : The Definitive History of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" chronicles the beginnings and blockbuster-success of ‘80s toy sensation He-Man. The documentary features Dolph Lundgren, Frank Langella, Richard Edlund, J. Michael Straczynski, Alan Oppenheimer and many more. It really is the most comprehensive, encompassing story of He-man.

In the early 1980s He-Man arrived on the scene and hit the world with a punch as powerful as the character himself. He-Man's surprising popularity spawned a multi billion dollar empire that included toys, comic books, cartoons, live-action movies and a literal sister spinoff show - She-Ra.  Artists, creators and collaborators dig deep, tell tales and share the surprising developments of an unlikely, unparalleled pop culture success.

"Power Of Grayskull" is impressive. The sheer volume of material, interviews, exposition and archive footage fills this extensive exploration of the He-man franchise completely. So much so you would think it would overwhelm any attention to tell a cohesive story, but it doesn't. Randall Lobb and Robert McCallum in such away that the segments create a complete story from He-man's beginning, right into it's recent incarnation. 

This is just a really entertaining slice of nostalgia. Also it is told through first person accounts of the creator, toy designers, artists, the film He-man (Dolph Lundgren), and the fandom with such ease, you feel like you are just hanging out while these really cool people reminisce. I did find issue with the abrupt ending garnering none of the gravitas it deserved. Still that is minor given all the awesomeness in "Power Of Grayskull". If you were a child of the 80's and a fan of He-man then this is definitely a must watch. (5/5)

My Review Of "D-Railed"

"D-Railed" is a paranormal creature feature directed by Dale Fabrigar. The film stars horror legend Lance Henrickson., Shae Smolik, Frank Lammers, Carter Scott, Everette Wallin and Tonya Kay. It is a absorbing thriller that begins as a mystery quickly morphing into a monster movie.

A woman boards a train that derails into a lake in the middle of the night. She, along with other surviving passengers find themselves trapped within the sinking wreckage. They discover what lies beneath the surface is far more terrifying as they fight to stay alive against a deadly predator determined to kill them one by one.

"D-Railed" is an impressive indie film, blending elements of mystery and monster in a unique spin on the ghost story. The concept creates a comfortable exposition by having the story take place on Halloween. Fabrigar is able to avoid most pitfalls that period-esque movies tend to get tripped up on, as his film is set up as a murder mystery experience happening on the Holiday night. Instantly you are able to accept what few quirks in costuming and speach may be present.

The cast give convincible performances and are able to pull you into the story. The first half offers up moments of "Murder On The Orient Express" before things go full time into darker horror tropes echoing bits of "Humanoids From The Deep". It isnt until the last act that the story's true nature is revealed. The cool thing is how tight Dan Fabrigar is able to keep things as to not give anything away and keeping things thrilling.

If I had to complain about anything it would be the CGI effects. Not so much the style but more the quality. The movie really is worth more than what was done. The rest of the horror aspects are quality. The kills and practical effects looked good, and the creature design shined on screen. Overall "D-Railed" is a fun, entertaining, thriller with a couple of twists and turns that elevate the film's quality. Plus it takes place on Halloween so that is always a plus. Definitely check this one out. (3.5/5)

Thursday, September 12, 2019

"The Gallows Act II" Release Set For This October

Supernatural thriller THE GALLOWS ACT II, a sequel to The Gallows featuring new characters and a new setting, is set to be released in select theatres and On Demand October 25th. Written and directed by Chris Lofing and Travis Cluff, it stars Ema Horvath, Chris Milligan and Brittany Falardeau.

After Auna Rue, a teenage vlogger/aspiring actress, logs onto a sinister website, she’s soon trapped in the malevolent world of a cursed stage play, The Gallows. After performing a passage from the play for her tiny online fan base, Auna instantly achieves the stardom she seeks—as well as a twisted challenge from a deadly spirit (The Hangman) in this nightmarish supernatural thriller from the company that brought you Paranormal Activity and Insidious.

Paranormal Thriller "Tigers Are Not Afraid" To Debut On Shudder

Writer-director Issa López's paranormal thriller, "Tigers Are Not Afraid", is set to debut on Shudder , today September 12th. The film, currently at 96% Fresh with 79 reviews, topping Rotten Tomatoes’ Best Horror Movies of 2019 list, stars Paulo Lara, Juan Ramón López, Ianis Guerrero, and Hanssel Casillas. 

A haunting horror fairytale set against the backdrop of Mexico’s devastating drug wars,"Tigers Are Not Afraid" follows a group of orphaned children armed with three magical wishes, running from the ghosts that haunt them and the cartel that murdered their parents.  Filmmaker Issa Lopez creates a world that recalls the early films of Guillermo del Toro, imbued with her own gritty urban spin on magical realism to conjure a wholly unique experience that audiences will not soon forget.

TERROR FILMS And SHUDDER Debut Official Trailer For "Hell House LLC III: Lake of Fire"

The official trailer for Hell House LLC III: Lake of Fire, from genre distributor TERROR FILMS, is finally here! The highly anticipated 3rd installment in the popular Hell House LLC franchise, from writer and director Stephen Cognetti along with producer Joe Bandelli, is set to premiere exclusively on SHUDDER Thursday, September 19th. 
In addition to the trailer debut, TERROR FILMS and SHUDDER are offering fans a special 14-Day Free Trial Promotional Code! The promotional code is available here: HELLHOUSELLC3. As well, this code is redeemable in the US, Canada, UK and Ireland.  TERROR FILMS will release the film worldwide across multiple platforms January 3rd, 2020.
In the final installment, guests both past and present will be forced to battle for their souls as all is revealed about the infamous Abaddon Hotel and the evil that dwells there. Set one year after the events of Hell House LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel, this haunted locale is on the verge of being torn down when it is purchased by billionaire Russell Wynn (Gabriel T. Chytry) as the new home for his popular interactive show “Insomnia.” He invites journalist Venessa Sheppard (Elizabeth Vermilyea) and her crew to record everything happening inside the hotel, leading up to the show. But, they soon encounter a more nefarious plot, one that threatens to unleash a veritable hell on earth!

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Slasher Comedy "Ruin Me" Release Details Announced

RLJ Entertainment is set to release slasher comedy "Ruin Me" on DVD and Digital October 8th. The film is a satirical exploitation of classic horror tropes we all love and love to poke fun at. "Ruin Me" is directed by Preston DeFrancis and stars Marcienne Dwyer, Matt Dellapina, Chris Hill, Eva Hamilton, John Odom, Sam Ashdown, Cameron Gordon, and Rocky Rector.

Several horror fans sign up for a Slasher Sleepout. In the 36 hour event, these six strangers are subjected to strange characters and events, in a remote wood.

World Premiere Set For Supernatural Horror "Dementer"

A world premiere date has been announced for Chad Crawford Kinkle's supernatural horror "Dementer". The film is set to premiere October 10th, at the Nashville Film Festival. It stars Katie Groshong, Larry Fessenden, Stephanie Kinkle, and Brandy Edmiston.

A mentally disabled woman is targeted by evil. A caretaker, Kaie does her best to protect her. But, evil is hounding Katie, after her exit from a backwoods cult.

"Dementer" has two showings in Nashville, October 10th World Premiere, and a second showing, on Friday, October 11th. The film will be released in an unrated format.



Writer/director Anthony M. Winson’s classy creepfest The Baylock Residence premieres on DVD and Digital this fall from Wild Eye Releasing.

The Conjuring meets Downton Abbey in a goosebump-inducing haunted house flick available September 17.

After the death of her sister, Patricia inherits her family’s estate and soon discovers that something or someone has been haunting the home for decades and harbors a disturbing family secret that she must uncover.       

Kelly Goudie, Sarah Wynne Kordas and Lindsay Foster help make up the cast.


Available on DVD September 17, DANGER GOD fixes on one of the legends of the game, Gary Kent. Though the king of B movies in the Sixties and Seventies, working for indie directors from Richard Rush to Ray Dennis Steckler to Al Adamson, Kent tackled even larger real-life challenges.

Gary Kent, one of the inspirations for Brad Pitt’s character in ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD, is profiled in director Joe O’Connell’s DANGER GOD. The famed filmmaker ‘loosely' based Pitt's stuntman character ‘Cliff Booth’ on Kent, and his own run in with the Manson Family at Spahn Ranch.

Professional stuntman Gary Kent has made a hard-earned name for himself in over 50 years of falling, burning, jumping, fighting and breaking himself for some of the most cherished independent and B-movies of the 20th Century. This is his story, from the anything goes days of the drive-in era, including his run in with Charles Manson and his infamous family, to his personal battles and triumphs with health, alcoholism and love. Features interviews with Monte Hellman, Duane Eddy, Richard Rush, Marc Singer and more.    

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Crowd Funding Begins For Found Footage Horror "Dead Residence"

A crowd funding campaign has begun for indie found footage horror "Dead Residence". The film is written by Sean Donohue and Chris Leto, Sean Donohue directing. The campaign is set up at Indiegogo. 

A young couple is trying to flip a house for cash. Little do they know that the home they just purchased came with an uninvited house guest.

Trailer Released For Upcoming Documentary"Wrinkles The Clown"

The official trailer has been released for upcoming documentary "Wrinkles The Clown". This is the latest doc film from filmmaker Michael Beach Nichols. Based on the real viral sensation of sightings of a clown and the subsequent mythic impact on social media, "Wrinkles The Clown" is set to be released October 4th. The world premiere is slated for Fantastic Fest.

The documentary looks at a creepy clown who is hired to terrify misbehaving children in Southwest Florida. Wrinkles went viral after a silent black and white surveillance video was uploaded to YouTube, depicting a child sleeping peacefully before a disheveled old man disguised as a clown slid out from beneath her bed. That led to an outpouring of similar videos and the creation of an internet sensation that rivals Pennywise in sheer, malevolently cheery creepiness.

Trailer Released For Supernatural Horror "Karma"

Check out the official trailer for upcoming supernatural horror "Karma". The Taiwan produced filn is directed by Wei-Heng Chung and stars Andy Bian, Daniel Hiu Tung Chan and Jenny Cheng. No word on DVD release date yet.

Newbie teacher Ling Shen's first day at school coincides with a student's accidental death at home. As Ling Shen gets dragged into one after another "accidental" brutal deaths, she begins to unveil the seemingly happy and vibrant campus. Shen discovers the Huaqing Club, a group of attractive and intelligent elite students, was involved in the bizarre "Mobile App Serial Murders" due to a prank-gone-wrong from years back. And the real trigger-pulling mastermind turns out to be someone Shen least expects...

'Dark Shadows' Reimagining In Development For CW

The CW and Warner Bros Television are teaming up to develop Dark Shadows: Reincarnation, an hourlong gothic horror drama based on 1966 Dan Curtis-created cult classic soap opera. Mark B. Perry has been tagged to pen the pilot. His credits include Revenge, Ghost Whisperer and Brothers & Sisters

The new series will be a modern-day continuation of the strange, terrifying, and sexy saga of the Collins family of Collinsport, Maine — a mysterious, influential, publicity-shy group hiding a secret: For the past 400 years, they’ve lived under a curse that bedevils their blue blood with every imaginable supernatural creature and horror. 

A Student's Sexual Desire Leads to Death in "A Young Man with High Potential"

Linus de Paoli's A Young Man with High Expectations is a unsettling psychological thriller about a painfully shy graduate student and his increasingly unsettled relationship with a female student. Amanda Plummer (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Pulp Fiction) co-starsThe film had its International Premiere at London's FrightFest and will be released September 17, 2019 on various VOD/Streaming Outlets including iTunes, AmazonOnDemand, YouTube/Google and Vimeo. 

Piet (Adam Ild Rohweder) is a brilliant grad student but also painfully shy and socially inept. His lonely and sexually frustrated existence changes when he is forced to partner on a school project with the pretty and outgoing Klara (Paulina Galazka). As they spend time together, Piet misinterprets her friendly personality and awkwardly professes his love to her. When Klara rejects his advance, Piet retreats into himself, becoming more obsessed with his “love” until one night when he drugs Klara and attempts to have sex with the unconscious woman, but when she begins to fight him off, he reacts in a violent way. What follows is a very long and horrifying aftermath that sends the man down a dark and despicable path. A disquieting tale reminiscent of the works of Lars von Trier and Michael Haneke.

Young Man With High Potential - Trailer from artsploitation on Vimeo.

My Review Of "Scrawl"

"Scrawl" is a supernatural horror from writer/director Peter Hearn. The film stars Liam Hughes, Joe Daly, Daisy Ridley, Mark Forester Evans, Le Gresley, Nathalie Pownall, Catherine Ruddick, Ellie Selwood and Derek Jones. "Scrawl" is mixes elements of supernatural thriller with folk-fantasy horror.

Simon Goodman (Liam Hughes) is a 16-year boy living in a rundown seaside town. With his best friend Joe Harper (Joe Daly), they create a comic book called SCRAWL as a way to escape their reality, gain some notoriety and more importantly pick up girls.
Annie Williams (Annabelle Le Gresley), a girl who hides behind her camera and cannot forget the past gets wrapped up in the boys new world, along with Joe's sister Rosie (Ellie Selwood) and suddenly, with the appearance of a mysterious girl, Hannah (Daisy Ridley), events in the comic book start to invade their reality and situations in the comic book come to life.
At first its great, girls start to become interested in the boys, and all seems fun, but then the monsters of the comic book begin to show themselves, and the boys realize that the comic depicts a bloody great massacre at page 21.

With the help of Joes father, Frank (Mark Forester-Evans), family and friends, the boys are forced to face their horrific imagination made real.Are Simon and Joe able to change their new found reality? Only if they can rewrite death.

The story is a very complex mashup of supernatural adventurism, contemporary horror, and modern folktale. Keep the official synopsis handy for reference because the complexity is elusive on screen. For most of the first half it is hard to decipher what the film is about, too many cut-aways and overlapping plot points really muddy things. 

There is some bare bones of creativity and intrigue in Hearns concept. Outcast kids trying to find their place in a social clique, a supernatural book that can bring imagination to life and a coming-of-age battle against evil. All things done to death, but "Scrawl" mashes these tropes in a truly millennial fashion. A troubled kid obsessed with comics unwittingly unleashes evil in his community.

 Beyond that very basic understanding of the plot, not much is comprehensive with this film. The structure is broken and jumbled. There is no real cohesion to the story arc. And things happen in a slow, aimless pace that is slightly boring. There are plenty of moments with decent horror and bloodsplatter. Unfortunately it happens with the same non-existent affection as the bland dialog and snarkiness. Check the movie out if you want to see how Ridley got her start in a bad-and soon to be cult-student film. (2/5)

Monday, September 9, 2019

My Review Of "HELLmington"

"HELLmington" is a eerie mystery thriller directed by Justin Hewitt-Drakulic and Alex Lee Williams. It stars Genre icon Michael Ironside (Total Recall, Top Gun, Turbo Kid) and Shadowhunters’ Nicola Correia-Damude. "HELLmington" blends Gothic stoicism and occult driven asthetics.

In 1999, outside the sleepy town of Hellmington, troubled high school senior Katie Owens mysteriously vanished. Nine years later, Detective Samantha Woodhouse, a former classmate of Katie's, returns to Hellmington for the first time since graduation to deal with the unexpected death of her father.

The story distorts perspective by forcing elements of near psychotica inducing moments that cause you to question the protagonist's mental state. "HELLmington's" main plot is a suspensful mystery involving a cold case that once revealed is disturbing, and relevant. It plays out like a dark web nightmare version of a ID channel episode. 

At the start, the film is both confusing, distorted and emotionless. A stylistic trick that is as visually creative as it is questioning. Much like the actually story line- what happened in 1999?, Who is messing with Samantha Woodhouse?, and how much of the story is even real? I can't tell if this warping of the film's beginning is intentional artistry or accidental. I did find it intriguing.

The cast create some stoic, gothic characters reminiscent of  Fargo' or 'Twin Peaks'. There are moments when the story trips on it's own weightiness. It is a dark, slumbering plot. Still, "HELLmington" begins to show it's true depth of darkness around 50 minutes in and the suspense and chilling nature becomes elevated. 

The horror never really gets there fully, but atmospherically it is creepy- in a sleepwalking down an alleyway after midnight- kinda way. There is visual elements that play on occult horror thems, much in the way 'Riverdale' did it with the Gargoyle King. The cinematography moves from unimaginative stationary shots to some truly stunning horror fueled thriller moments. Overall "HELLmington" is a nice, chilling nightmare with a twist ending. (3/5)


SHUDDER recently announced their September line up and among the titles listed were two films from indie genre distributor TERROR FILMS. The two films included: the highly anticipated Hell House LLC III: Lake of Fire, plus a fan and critic favorite that seemed to have all but disappeared from digital platforms - Adam Robitel’s award-winning feature debut, The Taking of Deborah Logan.
The Taking of Deborah Logan was initially released theatrically overseas in 2014. Yet, the film had almost no exposure on U.S. digital and streaming platforms beyond Netflix. This title ended its run on this platform in 2016. TERROR FILMS, however, intends to release the film wide across multiple digital platforms this fall. 
The Taking of Deborah Logan has a well-renowned cast and has won multiple awards. Winner of 2015’s iHorror Award for Best Direct Release, the film stars Screen Actors Guild Awards® Nominee Anne Ramsay, Primetime Emmy® Nominee Michelle Ang and Daytime Emmy® Nominee Jill Larson as Deborah Logan. Robitel, who has gone on to write both Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension and Seance has since directed such genre blockbusters as Insidious: The Last Key and Escape Room (with Escape Room 2 currently in pre-production at Columbia Pictures).

The film centers around an elderly woman (Larson) battling Alzheimer's disease. At the behest of her daughter (Ramsay), she agrees to allow a student - who is writing her thesis (Ang) and her film crew to document her condition. What they soon discover is that something far more sinister is going-on.

Terror Films President Joe Dain has talked about the film recently. Dain said: “my partner Jim Klock, myself and our entire team are thrilled to have been trusted by the producers to reintroduce The Taking of Deborah Logan to the horror fans.” Dain has also noticed the positive reception of the film, amongst horror film fans: “it’s a fantastic film that we believe will be incredibly well received by the horror community and beyond.” There will be many more opportunities to see the film, throughout the year.
The excitement from the fans was made apparent when, not long after SHUDDER’s announcement, even Guillermo del Toro tweeted on the film. Del Toro tweeted: “Shudder’s New Arrivals for September Include the Terrifying ‘Taking of Deborah Logan’.” As part of the re-release, TERROR FILMS is revamping the official poster, which they have provided here along with some creepy stills of Jill Larson as Deborah Logan. The stills show Larson as her character’s possession progresses from bad to worse. As well, the first phase of the release will be on SHUDDER beginning September 30, 2019. Additional platforms will follow, including: iTunes, Amazon, VUDU, TUBI TV, Google Play, Roku and many more.  
The official release date for the wider platform release along with the new trailer is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

New Clip And Still From Coming-of-Age Thriller "The Giant"

Writer/Director David Raboy Releases New Clip & Still
from Coming-of-Age Thriller The Giant
Starring Odessa Young, Ben Schnetzer, Jack Kilmer
UTA Handling Domestic Sales at Toronto

Ahead of today's world premiere at the Scotiabank Theatre, director David Raboy has released a first look clip and photo from his debut film, the coming-of-age thriller The Giant.  Rising Australian actress Odessa Young (A Million Little Pieces) headlines the cast as Charlotte, a teenager whose small-town life is changed forever when a series of murders begin on the same night that her missing boyfriend suddenly reappears.  She is joined by Ben Schnetzer (Pride), Jack Kilmer (The Nice Guys) and Madelyn Cline (Boy Erased).  UTA is handling domestic sales at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Discovery - World Premiere - USA

When her first love suddenly reappears in her small Georgia town the same night that a series of killings begin, teenage Charlotte is forced to reconcile her past and present, her traumas and nostalgia, as it becomes increasingly clear that her life is at risk in ways she never imagined.

TIFF Screenings:

Saturday, September 7 at 7:45PM @ Scotiabank 3 - Public Screening #1 (Premiere)
Sunday, September 8 at 12:45PM @ Scotiabank 14 - Press & Industry Screening #1
Monday, September 9 at 3:00PM @ Scotiabank 13 - Public Screening #2
Tuesday, September 10 at 9:30AM @ Scotiabank 9 - Press & Industry Screening #2
Saturday, September 14 at 3:30PM @ Jackman Hall - Public Screening #3


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