Los Angeles, CA - July 13, 2017 - It doesn’t need to be October to grab late night popcorn for a night-in with your favorite horror film; in fact, some of the most noteworthy horror films are about the summertime. When you’re in the mood to turn curl up in the dark and prepared to realize that summer is not only about the sun and vacation.
Due to TriCoast Entertainment’s newest release of John Ainslie’s THE SUBLET, we have compiled a list of our “6 Favorite Summer Horror Flicks”:
1. Jaws (1975) – Stephen Spielberg
After a young woman is killed by a shark attack on Amity Island, police chief Martin Brody (Roy Scheider) and a team set out to capture the killer whale and to keep the New England beaches safe. After seeing this film, you’ll continue to question going into the ocean.
2. I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) – Jim Gillespie & Kevin Williamson
Four friends reunite when one of them receives news that someone saw their crime from last year – the murder of a fisherman and the dumping of his body.
3. The Sublet (2017) – John Ainslie
When a couple moves into their new sublet apartment located in a ghostlike, small town, Joanna battles depression as the haunted apartment walls begin to cave in on her.
4. Friday the 13th (1980) – Sean S. Cunningham
A group of teenagers attempt to re-open Crystal Lake camp, which has a history of murder and mystery. They find themselves trapped in woods with a sadistic stalker, as the teenagers struggle to overcome their killer. If you’ve enjoyed this movie, check out the 2009 series reboot.
5. Sleepaway Camp (1983) – Robert Hitltzik
After the death of her parents, Angela’s (Felissa Rose) aunt sends her and her cousin to Camp Arawk. Shortly after the kids’ arrival, a series of bizarre killings begin, leaving the camp in horror, wondering whom the murder could be. Check out the sequels this cult slasher film, Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers and Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland.
6. Club Dread (2004) – Jay Chandrasekhar
Alongside his wacky staff, Coconut Pete runs a tropical island resort whose fun is suddenly interrupted when bodies begin disappearing. It is up to Coconut Pete and his staff to solve the mystery and stop the killer before anyone else gets hurt.
It’s too bad living in a sublet apartment doesn’t last only one summer.
THE SUBLET (2015, 82 min.) Produced and Directed by John Ainslie. Editor: Jordan Crute. Director of Photography: Greg Biskup. Original Music: Jeff Morrow. US, English. Black Fawn Films, Breakthrough Entertainment. TriCoast Entertainment.
PRODUCTION COMPANY: BLACK FAWN FILMS - Producers of “Let Her Out” last year’s break out Canadian success to be released later this year by DarkCoast Entertainment. This Canadian Production Company is known for successful offbeat scary movies.
About TriCoast Entertainment:
A new home for story-driven American films, TriCoast Worldwide is a full service media company that creates, produces, manages and distributes unique and unusual entertainment. Bringing together filmmakers, distributors, financiers, and technologists, DarkCoast Entertainment embraces change by redefining the production and distribution model for indie filmmakers making dark, scary films, providing them with low cost tools, financing, and worldwide theatrical and digital distribution, along with market feedback and storytelling opportunities.
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