World Premiere Toronto International Film Festival 2015

From the Producers of V/H/S.

On a desolate stretch of desert highway, weary travelers—two men on the run from their past, a band on their way to the next gig, a man struggling to get home, a brother in search of his long-lost sister and a family on vacation—are forced to confront their worst fears and darkest secrets in these interwoven tales of terror and remorse on the open road.

The Way Out (Dir. Radio Silence, Written by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin)
Bloody and beaten, Mitch and Jack are on the run from a past they can’t escape—and a mysterious creature hunting them from afar.

Siren (Dir. Roxanne Benjamin, Written by Roxanne Benjamin & Susan Burke, Edited by Jason Eisener)
When The White Tight’s tour van breaks down, lead singer Sadie seems to be the only one wary of the kindness of strangers—especially when they seem to know more about the band’s past than humanly possible…

Accident (Dir. & Written by David Bruckner)
At fault after a brutal car accident, Lucas must do everything in his power to save the life of a woman he doesn’t know.

Jailbreak (Dir. Patrick Horvath, Written by Dallas Hallam & Patrick Horvath)
Danny has been searching for his sister Jesse for over a decade. When he finally finds her in a bar on the outskirts of hell the reunion isn’t as happy as he’d hoped for, and maybe some people aren’t meant to be found…

The Way In (Dir. Radio Silence, Written by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin)
When a group of masked men interrupt a family’s last vacation together before daughter Jem goes off to college, all hell breaks loose.

Radio Silence
Roxanne Benjamin
David Bruckner
Patrick Horvath

The Way Out:
Chad Villella, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Kristina Pesic

Fabianne Therese, Nathalie Love, Hannah Marks, Dana Gould, Susan Burke, Davey Johnson, Anessa Ramsey

The Accident:
Mather Zickel, Fabianne Therese Karla Droege, Zoe Cooper, Justin Welborn

David Yow, Tipper Newton, Matt Peters, Maria Olsen, Tyler Tuione The Way In: Kate Beahan, Gerald Downey, Hassie Harrison and Larry Fessenden as the DJ

“Twilight Zone for the indie horror generation.”  
– Todd Brown, Twitch
“The best horror anthology to come out since Trick ‘R Treat.” 
– C.J. Prince, Way Too Indie
“A lean, mean wonder ride into the dark corners of a vicious universe.”
– Evrim Ersoy, Fantastic Fest
“The purest old-school horror show I’ve seen in ages. John Carpenter, George Romero, and the Cryptkeeper would approve.”
– Andrew Parker, Toronto Film Scene
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