Hang Onto Your Life In UK Trailer For Horror Thriller The Ledge

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Run, hide, climb, survive and watch the UK Trailer  for survival climbing thriller The Ledge.

In the time of this pandemic we are encouraged to get out into the great outdoors. In Signature Entertainment‘s  latest thriller you are going to find a body and walk into a murder scene!

The film is the latest film from British filmmaker Howard J Ford (The Dead, The Dead 2, Never Let Go). It stars Brittany Ashworth as Kelly who is awoke to the screams of her friend.  Desperate to get to friend who was way 4 men night before only to capture her friend being thrown over the edge of a cliff. Kelly must outwit those men to survive in a game of cat and mouse.

The first thing people will clearly see this has a big inspiration  towards Sly Stallone’s Cliffhanger(1993) and Lonely Place To Die. We dig the homage, hope you do too…

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The Ledge is a high-concept, high-stakes, edge-of-your-seat action thriller starring Brittany Ashworth (Hostile) and Ben Lamb (Divergent, Now You See Me 2). Having retired to bed early to prepare for a dawn mountain ascent, Kelly (Brittany Ashworth) is woken by the screams of her friend Sophie, who had stayed up with a group of men they had met earlier. Desperate to get to her friend, Kelly runs deep into the forest using her GoPro to guide the way. She arrives just in time to see Sophie’s lifeless body being thrown over a ledge, a horror she captures on camera. Terrified, Kelly finds herself in a free-climbing chase up a freezing mountain, pursued by the group of murderous men after the evidence. If she’s to escape this deadly game of cat and mouse she must dig deep, do all she can to survive, and climb. Also starring Nathan Welsh (Trust Me). The Ledge is directed by Howard J. Ford (Never Let Go) from Tom Boyle’s script.

The film also stars Ben Lamb, Nathan Welsh, Louis Boyer,  Anaïs Parello, and David Wayman.

The Ledge  will be out in the UK and Ireland on Digital Platforms from 14th March and DVD 21st March. The film will make it’s UK Premiere at Glasgow Film Festival, in the Arrow Video FrightFest strand on 12th March [book tickets].