[TIFF '13] Chilling ‘Proxy’ Trailer Carved Out Of A Womb Of Horror!

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Zack Parker has given THR the official festival trailer for his indie thriller Proxy, which will play at this September’s Toronto International Film Festival.

Directed by Parker, of the critically acclaimed Scalene, the film stars Alexia Rasmussen (The Comedy, “Mary Not Seen,” the short film that would become Martha Marcy May Marlene), Alexa Havins (“Torchwood”), Kristina Klebe (Rob Zombie’s Halloween) and Joe Swanberg (V/H/S, A Horrible Way to Die, You’re Next).

In the pic, “A very pregnant Esther Woodhouse (Rasmussen) is walking home after her latest OB appointment, when she is brutally attacked and disfigured by a hooded assailant. When Esther seeks consolation in a support group, she finds friendship and empathy in Melanie (Havins), another mother scarred with tragedy. Esther soon begins to believe that the horrific event might be a bittersweet act of fate. However, friendship and empathy can be very dangerous things when accepted by the wrong people.

Get more at the film’s official Facebook.

Screening Schedule:
Tuesday, September 10 at 10:30PM- Venue: The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema (Public)
Thursday, September 12 at 5:00PM- Venue: Scotiabank Theater 1 (Public)
Saturday, September 14 at 8:00PM – Venue: Scotiabank Theater 9 (Public)

  • Blood-Sicles

    Really looking forward to seeing this! Scalene was pretty well made although the action sequences were pretty underwhelming.

  • BabyJaneHudson

    I like that the past few trailers I’ve seen on this site leave a lot to the imagination. Its nice to watch a clip and want to know whats going on instead of seeing the whole movie play out. This has my curiosity.

    • K-Dogg

      I sooo agree, hate when trailers show the whole damn pic ! !

  • juice1701

    I agree with the comments about the trailers showing damn near the whole movie. But some trailers show nothing and the film ends up being nothing. So I do want to see something in the trailer to get my attention. But this one showed nothing, hence I’ll pass. Movies cost too much $ these days to be getting ripped off.