Creature Feature

Indie Flick ‘Croaker’ Gets A Ribbiting Release Date

You know how much we love creature flicks here at HMUNCUT so it’s no surprise for us to take interest in the small time frog monster film Croaker. We have the trailer and some images for you here along with a press release from the film company. Look for Croaker to be available on February 1st.

McMurray Filmmaker, Fred Terling, announces his independent feature film, Croaker, will officially release February 1, 2014.

The film is currently wrapping post-production and scheduled for world-wide release on February 1, 2014. Initial distribution of the film has been secured for Amazon, iTunes, Netflix and Hulu Plus. A local premier is being planned as well as several local screenings.

“This film has been a labor of love. From writing and filming in my hometown, to local businesses to the amazing cast, I couldn’t have dreamed of such support. It is indescribable to be able to accomplish a life-long dream,” Fred Terling said.

Team Croaker ALSO understands having a finished film is only the start of the process. Through an integrated targeted marketing plan, social media, regional screenings and additional distribution opportunities, the production plan is to grow a wide grassroots audience with the goal to reach the big screen. “Simply stated, once the film is in the can,our real work begins,” added Terling.

Croaker is an independent film that was shot in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. The story centers on the Sirko family that has fallen next in line to a 17th century curse.

We have reached out to them to see the film so look for a review on this soon!

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