Karl Mueller (writer of Xavier Gens’ The Divide) makes his directorial debut with Mr. Jones, a midnight selection at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. And Anchor Bay has swooped in early – the film premieres tomorrow – to acquire all North American rights for the film! Bay’s Kevin Kasha states, “This is a unique and original film that will keep horror fans guessing throughout. Ross has once again demonstrated his talent and passion for producing genre films.”
In the film, “Scott and Penny just moved to a remote cabin to escape the pressures of the world and breathe new life into their art. Their only neighbor for miles is a strange hermit who only comes out at night, under the shroud of darkness. As Scott and Penny get deeper into his world, they start to suspect that this man is actually an infamous artist known only as “Mr. Jones,” and they’ve stumbled across an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to document his bizarre existence.
But this is only the beginning. When Scott and Penny delve too deeply into Mr. Jones’ existence, everything around them turns in on itself, and their only escape is through the realm of their own nightmares…”
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