A suspenseful contemporary ghost story about how making the wrong choices can end with horrific results, LET’S SCARE JULIE premieres in Home Theaters on Digital and On Demand everywhere October 2, 2020, from Shout! Studios.
A group of teen girls set out to scare their reclusive new neighbor, but the prank turns to terror when some of them don’t come back.
In LET’S SCARE JULIE, Emma, (Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson), who recently moved in with her cousin Taylor (Isabel May) after her father’s untimely death, becomes the victim of a prank perpetrated by Taylor’s group of friends: Madison (Odessa A’zion), Jess (Brooke Sorenson) and Paige (Jessica Sarah Flaum).
Wanting to up the ante, the girls hatch a plan to scare Julie, the reclusive girl across the street, who they have never seen and know nothing about. All they know is Julie is alone at her house tonight – a house rumored to be haunted after a little boy vanished many years ago.
What starts off as a simple plan to have a good laugh quickly escalates as some of the girls don’t come back from Julie’s house. Is it all just a set up for the girls to play an elaborate prank on Emma or are the dark rumors about the house across the street actually true? As more people start to disappear, including Emma’s younger sister Lilly (Dakota Baccelli), the clock is ticking for Emma to figure it out.
Filmed in real-time on a single camera in one uninterrupted, continuous take, the tension in the film rapidly escalates as the girls’ seemingly harmless pranks start to have life-altering consequences. Written and directed by Jud Cremata (Killing Off), LET’S SCARE JULIE Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson (Netflix’s “On My Block”, A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting), Isabel May (Netflix’s “Alexa & Katie”, “Young Sheldon”), Odessa A’zion (CBS’s “Fam”, “Nashville”), Brooke Sorenson (Netflix’s “Mr. Iglesias”, The Gabriels), Jessica Sarah Flaum (The Tale, What/If) and Dakota Baccelli (NBC’s “This is Us”, Lost Children: Kate & Bill).
Cremata also produced LET’S SCARE JULIE alongside Marc Wolloff and Blitz Films’ Eryl Cochran and Nick Sarkisov.