[Exclusive STOKER HILLS Clip] Erica’s Abduction Sets the Stage

[Exclusive STOKER HILLS Clip] Erica's Abduction Sets the Stage
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Ahead of its release on January 14th by Screen Media, a Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment company, we got ourselves an exclusive clip from the found footage horror film STOKER HILLS. Make sure you check it out below and let us know what you think!

The film centers on three college students in the secluded town of Stoker Hills, who find themselves in their worst nightmare when they set out to film a horror movie and are kidnapped by a serial killer. Their only hope for survival is the camera they left behind and the two detectives looking for clues in the footage.

STOKER HILLS stars David Gridley (“Team Kaylie”, Lady Driver), Vince Hill-Bedford (American Fighter, The Best People), Eric Etebari (Emerald Run, “Witchblade”), William Lee Scott (Butterfly Effect, October Sky), Steffani Brass (“Six Feet Under”, “The Amanda Show”), Tyler Clark (The Heat, My Christmas Prince), and Jason Sweat (“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”, Us) and a special appearance by Danny Nucci (Titanic) with John Beasley and Tony Todd (Candyman).

Directed by filmmaker Benjamin Louis, the film was written by Jonah Kuehner (Good Luck Charlie). Rab Butler, Timothy Christian, Jonah Kuehner, and Benjamin Louis produced through Streetwalkers Productions.

STOKER HILLS will be available in Theaters and On Demand on January 14, 2022. To learn more about the film, check out our review!

Screen Media recently acquired Fast Charlie starring Pierce Brosnan ahead of AFM, La Soga Salvation after its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, and Casey Tebo’s Black Friday starring Devon Sawa and Bruce Campbell, after it bowed at Fantastic Fest. Recent releases include Lina Roessler’s Best Sellers starring Aubrey Plaza and Michael Caine, and Chase Palmer’s Naked Singularity starring John Boyega and Olivia Cooke. Previous releases include the Barry Pepper thriller Trigger Point, Simon West’s action disaster film Skyfire, and the Nicolas Cage hit Willy’s Wonderland.

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