"Almost David Lynchian in its strangeness" – Film Threat
"An atmosphere of tension that’s both entrancing and entertaining" – Fangoria
Megan Freels Johnston, a producer for over 10 years (Sparks, The Arrangement) started out producing adaptations of her late grandfather Elmore Leonard's material among other projects. makes her writing/directing debut with a cast that includes Mark Scheibmeir (The Newsroom, Artois and the Goat), Ashley James (Life Inside and Out and Hustle), Kevin Bulla (The It Factor, One Life to Live, and Joyful Noise), and Wes O’Lee (Band: The Sunset Drifters).
After Claire walks in on her boyfriend with another woman, she decides to give up her dreams as an actress and move back to Chicago. She packs up her things and embarks on a cross country journey. But the minute she gets in the car, things take a turn for the worse. Her car breaks down in a strange town. Not knowing who to trust, she is at the mercy of townspeople to get her car up and running so she can continue what she started. Only things don't go the way she planned. She finds herself trapped in a nightmare, physically and mentally. She's forced to face old and new demons and can't decide what's worse: not knowing if she'll escape her imprisonment, or if the terrible reality is better than the mental anguish that's been plaguing her.
Praise For the Film:
"This film was rapturous and exceptionally entertaining, especially for an independent film." – ihorror
"As writer/directorial debuts go, Megan Freels shows strong promise with her ability to create fantastically intense atmosphere." – Bloody Disgusting
"Worth watching to the end for the unnervingly realistic twist ending." – Rue Morgue
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SOURCE Megan Freels, Look At Me Films