The Sundance Movie Competition kicked off with Shana Feste‘s “social horror” movie Run Sweetheart Run, which our very personal Meagan Navarro known as “an entertaining battle soaked in blood.”
Described as Get Out meets Rosemary’s Child, the terror begins when a blind date turns violent and the lady (Ella Balinska) has to get house via Los Angeles, together with her date (Pilou Asbaek) in pursuit.
Bloody Disgusting discovered as we speak that Blumhouse Tilt can be releasing the movie in theaters on Could 8, 2020, which suggests we needs to be getting a trailer very quickly.
Feste beforehand informed EW that, in her early 20s, she went on a date with a person “who regarded unimaginable on paper,” she remembers, however “it went dangerous in a short time, and I feel at, like, one within the morning, I ended up working out of his home within the Hollywood Hills.” With no footwear, no cellphone, and no purse, Feste ran all the way in which house to West L.A. in her little black gown.
“That night time was terrifying and illuminating,” she says. “Folks that I didn’t suppose had been going to assist me did assist me, and the individuals I assumed had been going to assist me didn’t actually assist me a lot as they may have. It was nearly — what occurred on foot, going again to my home — worse than what occurred on the date.”