Justin Groetsch’s ZERO HOUR Premieres Worldwide on Digital December 15

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ZERO HOUR, a chilling new motion picture experience from Terror Films (Hell House LLC franchise) and writer-director Justin Groetsch, premieres on digital December 15. 

IDA takes some time away from her place of work following the sudden death of her husband. However, upon her first day back, working a nightshift, alone in a high rise building, she suddenly finds herself being stalked by those responsible.

ZERO HOUR will be available worldwide.


Growing up, as a child, as far back as I can remember, the only thing I ever wanted to do was get involved in making movies. While multiple childhood friends grew up alongside me with a similar interest, each of them eventually grew out of the phase. However, I didn’t.

As a kid, and then as a teenager, I always found myself either writing stories or holding a video camera. During the summer of 2001, I had the opportunity of spending time at UCLA, where I took part in a film program. Moving over to studying film, drama, and communications at the University of New Orleans, simultaneously, in my late teens, I found myself beginning to work on film productions. Beginning my film career in 2000 and 2001, I went on to work steadily over the following 20 years. Throughout that period, I’d worked on dozens of feature films and television shows, including THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN, SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR, THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTONS, SCREAM:THE TV SERIES,DÉJÀ VU, and many others.

With a visual mind all of my life, I began developing many of my own projects while working on these other movies and shows. In 2022, I wrote, executive produced, and directed ZERO HOUR. With this feature now complete, I’m now shifting my focus to various other projects I’ve written and developed, including but not limited to REAPERS NIGHT, WRAITH, BLACK FRIDAY, etc.

I’ve always loved creating my own stories and the world of make-believe. That’s where I see myself remaining for the rest of my life.

Justin Groetsch

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