19 April 2024
from Stalker (2022)

Watch The Claustrophobic Trailer For Indie Horror Stalker

When your trapped tensions are running high, a lot of harsh truth may unfold. In indie horror Stalker those tensions are running as Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment unleash a Claustrophobic Trailer.

Next month Steve Johnson‘s (Convergence) film will make it’s world premiere at the woodstock of gore, Arrow Video FrightFest. It teases fear comes in many shapes and guises, like confined spaces. Also there seems to be some running themes with this years films, like height (Fall). Stalker has that but in a confined space of a elevator!

Outlander’s Sophie Skelton stars in this one as Rose Hepburn. A horror darling actress who heads back to an empty hotel and heads up the floors via the freight elevator. Only to be trapped with a stranger who turns out to be her cameraman (Stuart Brennan ) whose obsessed with her. The pair are trapped between floors, tensions rise when Rose discovers who this man is.

Atmospheric chiller that might be pulling the wool over our eyes. The film’s title clue gives us the impression, not all what it seems!

In this tense and atmospheric horror, Rose Hepburn, a young actress, returns to her empty hotel. Forced to use the old freight elevator, it jolts to a halt on the twelfth floor, leaving her trapped with an unusual stranger. Left with no phone signal as a storm approaches, tensions escalate and suspicions rise when Rose discovers the identity of the mysterious man is Daniel Reed, a camera operator who is seemingly obsessed with her.

Starring Sophie Skelton (Outlander), BAFTA winner Stuart Brennan (Risen) and WWE legend Bret Hart, Stalker is directed by Steve Johnson (Convergence).

Stalker has its World Premiere at Arrow Video FrightFest on 28th August 9.05pm at the Prince Charles Cinema, London. There is still tickets available (at time of print), buy here. If you are unable to attend, Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment will release Stalker on DVD and Digital from 10th October.

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