“This year’s most ferocious possession movie” – Horror Channel FrightFest
“A character study that mixes horror and psychological thriller together” – Flickering Myth
“An effectively unsettling and moody film with a strong central premise” – Scream Magazine
TORONTO, CANADA (August 2, 2016) – Black Fawn Distribution and United Front Entertainment have announced the acquisition of the terrifying new film, Let Her Out. The film is set to have its world premiere this August at London England’s Horror Channel FrightFest where it will screen on the festival’s opening night. In anticipation of the psychological thriller’s premiere, the first full length trailer for Let Her Out has been released.
Let Her Out follows Helen, a bike courier who, after suffering a traumatic accident, begins to experience strange episodic blackouts. She soon discovers that she has a benign growth that is the remnant of a “vanishing twin,” absorbed in utero years ago. As the tumor begins to manifest itself in horrific ways, Helen’s fragile psychological state is pushed to the brink. As she begins to rapidly deteriorate, her episodes become increasingly psychotic and Helen becomes a terrifying threat to both herself and those around her.
Directed by Cody Calahan (Antisocial), produced by Black Fawn Films (Bite, Bed of the Dead) and distributed worldwide by Breakthrough Entertainment, Let Her Out was recently shot on location in Toronto and Niagara Falls. United Front Entertainment and Black Fawn Distribution have acquired the film’s Canadian digital and home entertainment rights. Let Her Out will be the third film to be released through the new Canadian distribution partnership between United Front Entertainment, Black Fawn Distribution and Breakthrough Entertainment.
Let Her Out was written by Adam Seybold and stars Alanna LeVierge, Nina Kiri, Adam Christie, Kate Fenton and Michael Lipka. The film was produced by Chad Archibald, Cody Calahan and Christopher Giroux. Let Her Out was executively produced by Nat Abraham, Ira Levy, Michael McGuigan and Peter Williamson.