Isabelle

Isabelle Trailer: An Angry Spirit Is Out To Torment This All-American Couple

Vertical Entertainment has unveiled an official trailer for an indie horror thriller titled Isabelle. The new film is from Canadian Rob Heydon and hits VOD, along with a few theaters, later this May.

Isabelle follows an all-American couple’s who move into the perfect New England neighborhood. but after the initial move-in, the young couple’s (Amanda Crew & Adam Brody) dream of starting a family shatters as they descend into the depths of paranoia, and must struggle to survive an evil presence that wants nothing more than their own lives

Check out the trailer for Isabelle below:

Though the film is said to be in the vein of Rosemary’s Baby and The Exorcist, it’s unlikely it will even stand a chance at being either as good or as scary as those two classics. That might be too much to ask for an indie VOD horror film, but judging by the trailer it could still be a little horror film perfect for killing time on a Saturday night at home. And, to be honest, the trailer reveals a plot that seems pretty pedestrian, but it looks like Heydon and co. might have a few tricks and twists up their sleeves.

The film stars Adam Brody (Shazam, The OC), Amanda Crew (Silicon Valley), Zoe Belkin (the Carrie remake), and Sheila McCarthy (The Umbrella Academy, Die Hard 2), and premiered at the Busan Film Festival last year. Heydon also produced the screenplay from Donald Martin (Milton’s Secret). Isabelle also played at the Fantasporto Festival in Portugal and marks Canadian producer/filmmaker Rob Heydon second feature film after directing Ecstasy previously, as well as other production work.

You can also check out a double-dose of posters for Isabelle below:

Isabelle hits VOD plus limited theaters starting May 24th.


Source: Vertical Entertainment

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