West Hollywood, California (Tuesday, September 19th) – Directors Jason Henne and Christopher Leto were influenced by slashers, from the ‘80s. Now, they deliver their own slasher to horror fans, this October. Titled Crazy Lake, this film brings several friends together at a remote camping spot. It is all fun and good times, until an escaped convict enters the area. Rob Mello (Magnificent Seven), Skyler Joy (21 Jump Street), Libby Blanton, Marco DelVecchio and many more star in this brutal, new take on the genre. Crazy Lake will be out this October!
Distributor Indican Pictures just released the official trailer and poster for Crazy Lake. The poster promises blood and terror, on the nearby docks. Meanwhile, the trailer shows more of the characters and their good times. But, the fun is replaced by tall tales of experiments and criminals, until a local legend is brought into the picture. Now, it is a struggle, for the friends, to just stay alive.
After its World Premiere at the Sunscreen Film Festival in Florida, the film is scheduled for an October home entertainment release. Indican will show the film through Video-on-demand and on DVD this October 3rd. Henne and Leto promise a rip roaring and bloody good time on the shores of Crazy Lake!
The trailer for Crazy Lake: https://vimeo.com/221829040
The film’s official synopsis: A group of coeds looking for fun on spring break have their beach plans cancelled and opt for plan B – fun at a cabin on the lake. Sometimes plan b can be a real killer!
Release Date: October 3rd, 2017 (VOD, DVD).
Directors: Jason Henne, Christopher Leto. Writer: Jason Henne.
Cast: Rob Mello, Skyler Joy, Libby Blanton, Marco DelVecchio, Tom Latimer and Ashley Nicole Allen.
More film details will be posted at Indican: http://www.indicanpictures.com/indicanpictures/crazy-lake/
Crazy Lake at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CrazyLake
About Indican Pictures: Indican Pictures acquires and distributes feature films to a broad range of entertainment outlets by providing a diverse selection of movies across: theatrical, home video, TV, VOD, PPV and streaming platforms.