Trailer: Gravitas Ventures will be giving 15 Cameras, a sequel to 13 Cameras and 14 Cameras, a VOD release in October
Seven years ago, Victor Zarcoff introduced the world to a perverted creep named Gerald in his horror thriller 13 Cameras – and five years ago, Gerald returned to menace more people (including future Prey star Amber Midthunder) in the sequel 14 Cameras. Sadly, Neville Archambault, who played Gerald in both of those films, passed away unexpectedly last year at the age of 66. But Gerald’s legacy lives on in the upcoming sequel 15 Cameras, which is set to receive a VOD release from Gravitas Ventures on October 13th. With that date right around the corner, a trailer for 15 Cameras has arrived online and can be seen in the embed above.
Directed by Danny Madden from a screenplay by PJ McCabe, the new sequel has the following synopsis: When Cam and Sky bought their duplex, it seemed like the perfect investment opportunity for the young couple; a starter home, a mortgage offset by renters, and even a guest room for Sky’s sister, Carolyn. But as Sky and Cam slowly uncover hidden cameras and secrets of the duplex’s previous owner, obsession consumes their marriage and they both fall into destructive forms of voyeurism. When new tenants move in downstairs, their fixation with observing others has deadly consequences and they are forced to confront the very things they have been consumed by.
Will Madden, Angela Wong Carbone, Hilty Bowen, James Babson, Shirley Chen, Hannah Mckechnie, Skyler Bible, Courtney Dietz, Erik Leupp, Donna Allen, Brianne Moncrief, Jim Cummings, and Stephen Ruffin star.
15 Cameras was produced by Field Trip Media’s Eli Raskin, Nance Messineo, Casey Bader. Zarcoff serves as executive produced with Kevin McManus, Matthew McManus, Andrew van den Houten, and Jordan Rudman.
Danny Madden had this to say: “15 Cameras is a standalone story, so having seen the other two films is not prerequisite. Fans will be excited about some key characters returning, but we’re hoping newcomers will be just as into it. With this film, we wanted to have some fun with themes established in the first films but also weave it into our current climate of true crime obsession and play on the screen voyeurism we’re all taking part in daily. It’s meant to be a fun 89 minutes, so you can laugh and cringe and eat popcorn.“
Executive producer and sales representative Andrew van den Houten said, “Working with Gravitas Ventures for more than a decade on dozens of films, there is no other movie that I am more excited about than another chapter in the Cameras franchise. Danny’s vision aligned so strongly with the fabric of the franchise, he couldn’t have created a more fresh, yet connected and disturbing chapter in this body of work. Together with Bill and the entire Gravitas team we are certainly creating a unique and special release for the movie. I believe new and old horror fans familiar with these films will be very happy and disturbed by the latest installment.“
Bill Guentzler, Gravitas Ventures’ VP of Acquisitions, added, “Gravitas is excited to be bringing 15 Cameras, the third installment of the Cameras series, to worldwide audiences this October by continuing our strong partnership with Hood River Entertainment and the producing duo McManus Brothers. Under the direction of the acclaimed Danny Madden, we know that viewers will be as frightened and thrilled as they were with 13 & 14 Cameras, and hope they revisit and rediscover them as well.“
In addition to the VOD release, 15 Cameras will also be playing theatrically in Los Angeles.
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Originally published at https://www.joblo.com/15-cameras-trailer/