Earlier today we had some news about director Tricia Lee’s second feature Silent Retreat, and now we’ve got info on how you can get a hold of her first feature film. Thriller Clean Break has now been released on several VOD stores, including iTunes, following a successful showing at last year’s Toronto After Dark Film Festival. The trailer gives a tease to a straight-forward serial killer thriller, specifically the ‘last person you’d expect’ type. It looks like Misery meets The Stepford Wives with just a hint of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, so see what you think. Release details and synopsis below, and make sure to check out the trailer and screenshots at the bottom. If you like what you see, look for it on iTunes or one of the other mentioned VOD stores and show them your support.
The award-winning thriller Clean Break is now available across Canada on iTunes, Shaw, Rogers on Demand and Telus. Distributed by Atlas Grove, the film premiered at the Atlanta Horror Film Festival where it won Best Drama Feature and then here in Canada at the Blood in the Snow Film Festival. Starring the very talented Tianna Nori (The Project: Guatemala, Last Bride Standing, The Demolisher) as Tracy and Samy Osman (Nikita) as Cam, the film has received positive reviews for it’s take on the “psycho girlfriend” genre.
Synopsis from the press release:
For Cam Dawson and his two roommates, Scott and Dan, life is a constant party; there are no rules, no boundaries and, most importantly, no commitments past the morning after. It is the perfect living arrangement, until Scott meets Tracy. Tracy will stop at nothing for the perfect relationship, and when the rules of the house get in the way, she shows Scott’s roommates that while one-night stands are fleeting, you can take love right to the grave.
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