FilmRise Releasing will be releasing the suspenseful thriller BROWSE tomorrow on Video On Demand and Digital. Make sure you check out the trailer below and see whether or not this is up your alley.
What Richard wanted was a fresh start, what he got was a nightmare. BROWSE tells the story of Richard Coleman (Lukas Haas), an introverted man who becomes convinced that his identity has been hacked after dabbling in online dating. Desperate for clarity, Richard seeks to uncover the truth of who is trying to manipulate him and why, but the more he struggles with his futile investigation, the further he’s cast into an insurmountable web of paranoia that threatens to destroy his thinning hold on reality.
The film stars Lukas Haas (Widows, Inception), Chloe Bridges (The Final Girls, “Pretty Little Liars”) Sarah Rafferty (“Suits”, All Things Valentine), Bodhi Elfman (Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, Shrunken Heads), and Jocelin Donahue (The House of the Devil, Doctor Sleep).
The film is directed by Mike Testin (Dementia, Bliss).
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