Island Zero | The Ice Cream Truck | Polaroid
Hey, creepers here’s another round of “Trailer Trio Terror”. Today we’ll be looking at the mysterious 50s style sci-fi flick Island Zero, suburban nightmare The Ice Cream Truck, and the haunted object (a camera in this case) film Polaroid.
We first covered this film way back in 2016. Written by Tess Gerritsen (Rizzoli & Isles, Adrift), directed by her son Josh Gerritsen in his feature film debut, and produced by Mariah Klapatch. An original score was provided by composer Clayton Worbeck (Dead Within, Ctrl Alt Delete). Starring Laila Robins Adam Wade McLaughlin, and Teri Reeves. More info available on the Official Website, Facebook & Twitter.
Inhabitants of a fishing island off the coast of Maine find themselves mysteriously cut off from the outside world after the ferry suddenly stops coming. All the phones have gone dead and every boat sent to the mainland fails to return. When dead bodies turn up along the water’s edge, the hardy band of survivors must find out who, or what, is killing them.
The Ice Cream Truck
Written & directed by Megan Freels Johnston and starring Deanna Russo, John Redlinger, and Emil Johnsen. The film will be in select theaters and available on VOD Aug. 18. Stay up to date on Facebook.
Mary’s husband gets relocated for work which allows her to move back to her suburban hometown. As Mary’s family ties up loose ends back home, she moves into their new house all alone and… waits. Although her familiar suburb is a constant reminder of her youth, something seems strange. A local Ice Cream Man with a love of nostalgia starts to kill some of her neighbors. Mary is torn between her mature instincts that something wrong and the distracting memories of her younger days.
Styled in the vein of The Ring and Final Destination Polaroid was written by Blair Butler, directed by Lars Klevberg, and stars Madelaine Petsch, Kathryn Prescott, and Katie Stevens. The film will be released August 24, 2017 in the US. More info on Facebook and Twitter.
A teenage loner named, Brad, stumbles upon a vintage Polaroid camera that houses a terrible secret: anyone who has their picture taken by it will suffer a violent and tragic death.
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