*FULL DISCLOSURE: Editor-in-Chief Brad Miska of Bloody-Disgusting received an Associate Producer credit on this film. Premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival this year is A Horrible Way To Die, which stars AJ Bowen (House of the Devil, Hatchet 2, The Signal), Amy Seimetz (Bitter Feast), and Joe Swanberg. Directed by Adam Wingard (Pop Skull) and written by Simon Barrett (Dead Birds, Red Sands), the film tells the story of an escaped serial killer who goes after his ex-girlfriend, who has fled to a small town to start a new life. Wingard is managed by Jeremy Platt. Read on to check out some new stills and Warhol-esque posters, along with show times for the festival.
“Sarah is starting life over. After her last relationship ended with a revelation that sent her boyfriend, Garrick, to a life sentence in prison, Sarah had no choice but to leave her past behind. Now that she’s been relocated to a small town and given a new identity, Sarah’s embracing the opportunity to start life fresh.
Unfortunately for Sarah, the past won’t let go.
Garrick escapes prison and discovers Sarah’s new location, then blazes a violent trail across the country to track her down and disrupt her seemingly perfect new life.
Award-winning director Adam Wingard plays with narrative chronology, sound design and visual aesthetics to slowly unveil the details of Sarah and Garrick’s dark past. Meanwhile, Garrick grows ever closer in his search, leading to a violent confrontation in which the true motivation for his obsessive manhunt is finally revealed.”
Public 1 AMC 2 09/14/10 08:00 PM
Public 2 AMC 2 09/16/10 05:00 PM
Public 3 AMC 2 09/18/10 08:00 PM
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