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The Orchard is Heading ‘Southbound’ With “Twilight Zone”-esque Anthology

Southbound

I’m pretty excited to share the news, via TheWrap, that Southbound, a new anthology featuring Roxanne Benjamin, David Bruckner, Patrick Horvath and Radio Silence, has been sold to The Orchard!

I produced this new anthology (full disclosure) that’s being compared to “The Outer Limited” and “The Twilight Zone,” which is beyond humbling.

Southbound had its World Premiere in TIFF’s Midnight Madness program before screening at this September’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas.

In Southbound, “Five intertwining tales of terror unfold along an endless desert highway. On a desolate stretch of road, weary travelers — two men on the run from their past, a band on their way to the next gig, a man struggling to get home, a brother in search of his long-lost sister and a family on vacation — are forced to confront their worst fears and darkest secrets in these interwoven tales of terror and remorse on the open road.

Radio Silence reunites after delivering fun scares with “10-31-98” in V/H/S and doing Devil’s Due for Fox. Bruckner, who is hard at work on the new Friday the 13th, directed by The Signal, as well as the “Amateur Night” segment from V/H/S. Benjamin produced V/H/S and V/H/S/2 with Tom and myself, and is making her directorial debut with Southbound. Horvath landed on our radar with his and Dallas Dallas Richard Hallam’s haunting indie Entrance.

“When we saw Southbound, we knew we were looking into the eyes of a much different animal,” said Paul Davidson, SVP of Film & TV at The Orchard. “Southbound is a slick and stylish film that will have audiences engrossed from the moment the engines kick into gear and we can’t wait to invite them to take that journey.”

The Orchard has been making waves in the independent film scene this year, acquiring and releasing a wide range of high-profile titles including, but not limited to, Patrick Brice‘s The Overnight starring Taylor Schilling, Adam Scott and Jason Schwartzman; Joe Swanberg-directed Digging for Fire starring Jake Johnson, Brie Larson and Anna Kendrick; and Matthew Heineman’s 2015 Sundance award winning documentary Cartel Land.

Expect Southbound to hit theaters and VOD near you in 2016.



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  • Halloween_Vic

    I’ve actually been looking forward to ”Southbound” to be honest I didn’t know it was a anthology film, I really thought it was a slasher on it’s own.

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