Great New Trailer For Super Fun Horror Comedy SCARE ME

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I’ve got a new trailer to share with you for the upcoming horror-comedy Scare Me, which was one of my favorite films from the Sundance Film Festival this year. This was just an incredibly fun film that I think audiences are going to enjoy.

The story finds two strangers played by Josh Ruben and Aya Cash, who end up trapped in a cabin during a power outage as a storm starts to brew. They end up telling each other scary stories and it’s just a ton of fun watching the stories they tell play out.

In Scare Me, “Fred (Ruben), a frustrated copywriter, checks into a winter cabin to start his first novel. While jogging in the nearby woods, he meets Fanny (Cash), a successful and smug young horror author who fuels his insecurities. During a power outage, Fanny challenges Fred to tell a scary story. As a storm sets in, they pass the time spinning spooky tales fueled by the tensions between them, and Fred is forced to confront his ultimate fear: Fanny is the better storyteller. The stakes are raised when they’re visited by a horror fan (Chris Redd) who delivers levity (and a pizza) to the proceedings.”

When talking about the film in my review I said, “the movie doesn’t rely on any major special effects. It’s just two actors hilariously acting out the scary stories that they have come up with, and the more they get into it, the more they start to interject themselves into the narrative and ideas of each other’s story. One of the main aspects of the film that drives it home and takes the minimalist creatively to the next level was the sound. As the two characters told their stories, there were high-end sound effects added to help bring them to life. Those sounds helped elevate the film and the creepiness of the stories being told.”

Scare Me will be released on Shudder on October 1st and it’s a film that I recommend you check out!



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