Those of you who take long road trips or hit major highways on a daily basis may be quite familiar with the Government’s “AMBER Alters” (America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response). It’s a way of alerting the American people to a time sensitive “situation” in hopes that one of million spot a “wanted” vehicle.
Independent filmmaker Kerry Bellessa has taken this real world device and blended it into a found footage chiller known as Amber Alert, which is now on VOD platforms (with a November theatrical run planned).
The plot is pretty obvious, but holds many possibilities: things go terribly wrong when a group of kids go in pursuit of a wanted vehicle.
Check out the official trailer below.
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