The found footage styled survival flick THE DOCUMENTARY is now available on VOD. One of the three films from Terror Films we have mentioned for the past week gets its home entertainment release today. The story follows a woman who is taking part of a documentary about fear and unbeknownst to her she maybe more than just commentary. Check out the exclusive clip from the movie ahead and hop on your favorite device and watch this one today.
Terror Films is set to release THE DOCUMENTARY onto digital platforms this Tuesday, August 22. The film was written and directed by Walter Moise (producer/editor of the award winning sci-fi indie Counter Clockwise). The cast is comprised of Tristin Rupp, Jake B. Miller, and Aaron Bowden. The film’s official artwork and trailer are available now.
Through a found footage aesthetic, the story follows Sandra Novak (Rupp) who has agreed to be the subject of a documentary film. The documentary deals with “conquering fear.” Unbeknownst to her, the filmmaker that has chosen her may have ulterior motives as he infiltrates her home and begins to gather information to sabotage her relationship and her life.
Moise has something to say of the filmmaking process. Moise has said: “I was trying to capture the closest thing to actual reality. I shot the whole film in chronological order and chose not to write a script but a treatment that the actors would improvise.” Moise also says that he has derived inspiration from the works of Michael Haenke and Stanley Kubrick.
In their ongoing effort to bring the best and most diverse indie horror content to the masses, Terror Films will release this film across multiple digital platforms. Platforms include: iTunes, Amazon Instant/Prime, Vudu, Google Play/You Tube, X-Box Live and many others. The release begins with North America and will be followed by a worldwide digital release on iFlix.
Terror Films has provided the official poster art plus a link to the official trailer and one clip from the film (“You told me about a fear…”).
THE DOCUMENTARY Official Trailer:
THE DOCUMENTARY clip “You told me about a fear…”: