[News] Epic Pictures Drops Trailer for Psychological Horror SLEEPLESS BEAUTY
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Epic Pictures has unveiled the official poster, trailer, and release date for their upcoming psychological horror, SLEEPLESS BEAUTY. Make sure you check out the trailer below and let us know what you think.

SLEEPLESS BEAUTY tells a twisted story about a young woman, Mila, who is kidnapped by a mysterious organization known as Recreation. Her unknown abductors talk to her through a loudspeaker and set strict rules: she cannot sleep and has to fulfill bizarre and violent tasks if she hopes to stay alive. At first, it looks like someone’s sick idea of entertainment but as the demands become more intense, Mila begins to realize that she is losing control of her own mind and instead, may be a pawn in a twisted and deadly psychological experiment.

The film stars Polina Davydova (III: The Ritual, “Zaklyatye druzya”) and is directed by Pavel Khvaleev (Random, Involution). The film is written by Aleksandra Khvaleeva (III: The Ritual, Involution) and is produced by Frank Ellrich, Georgiy Smirnov, and Elena Talyanksaya.

SLEEPLESS BEAUTY made its world premiere at the 2020 Imagine Film Festival and was an official selection for the 2020 Sitges Film Festival, 2020 Dead Of Night Film Festival, and 2020 Obscura Berlin Film Festival.

SLEEPLESS BEAUTY will be available on VOD + Digital platforms beginning Tuesday, November 10, 2020, and will be available on Blu-ray beginning Tuesday, November 17, 2020. To pre-order the Blu-ray, go here.

Since the foundation of the company in 2007, CEO Patrick Ewald has grown Epic Pictures into an independent content studio with the mission of delivering the best-in-class genre entertainment “for fans, by fans.” Epic Pictures produces, finances, and distributes approximately twenty-thirty independent genre films a year. In 2013, the company established Epic Pictures Releasing which is its US-focused distribution division. In 2017, Epic Pictures acquired the world’s most popular horror website, Dread Central, and launched its unique horror label, Dread, followed by its AVOD channel, DreadTV. In 2019, Epic Pictures started the horror gaming site, DreadXP, with a focus on editorial, reviews, podcasts, and original streaming content. In 2020, DreadXP began a video game publishing division with the launch of The Dread X Collection, an anthology of horror games in collaboration with some of the most innovative developers in the independent gaming space.

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