“It’s Her!” Watch The UK Trailer For FrightFest Bound The Dark Red

The Signal was one hell of a crazy film. The film’s co-director Dan Bush returns to horror with the psychological horror film The Dark Red.

Ahead of the film’s European Premiere at Arrow Video FrightFest later this month, today we get the film’s UK Trailer.

Are you hearing anything or… seeing anything out of the ordinary?

April Billingsley stars as a young woman who finds herself in a psychiatric hospital. Believing her newborn baby was kidnapped by a dark cult.

Bush also directed the James Franco starring The Vault which received mixed response. However this one thankfully looking a lot more intriguing, cult film in the making. If you’re heading to FrightFest this film is fast becoming one of the hottest tickets…

Indie director favourite Dan Bush (THE SIGNAL, THE VAULT) returns to FrightFest with a seat-edge twisted shocker. Sybil is being held against her will in a psychiatric ward because her claims are extreme. She says her newborn baby was kidnapped by a secret society to harvest its supernatural blood. She says the ancient bloodline has great powers – it lets you hear other people’s thoughts. And she begs the doctors to let her go so she can rescue her child from the cult’s dungeons. Is she telling the truth, or is it just mere delusion? The answer will freeze your brain.

The film also stars Kelsey Scott, Conal Byrne, Bernard Setaro Clark, Rhoda Griffis.

The Dark Red will be released in the UK and Ireland by Signature Entertainment via it’s ‘FrightFest Presents’ brand on 18th November 2019. If you are attending Arrow Video FrightFest, you can catch the European Premiere on Saturday 24th August.

source: Signature Entertainment

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