Thursday, January 11, 2018

Like Me and Like Nothing Else in this Preview

After seeing Like Me on Dreadit yesterday and on Quiet Earth today, Like Me steps out of the ordinary. Developed by director Robert Mockler, the film involves a lonely, young woman. She documents her crime spree, via social media. Slightly reminiscent of Natural Born Killers (1994) on a smaller scale, the film involves: violence, chaos and recording it all for a live audience. The film's trailer was released late in December. New stills and a concept poster have also been released. Fans of the surreal should take a look at this intriguing film.

The trailer shows Kiya (Addison Timlin) interacting with bizzare characters. A drifter tells her to stop filming. Not much later, the screen is full of strange, unconnected imagery. What happens next?

Film fans will have to wait until the end of January. In late January, the film will show in select theatres, before moving to Video-on-demand in February. Like Me is a collaboration between actor and director Larry Fessenden's Glass Eye Pix production house and Dogfish Pictures. It stars Addison Timlin and Ian Nelson. Already having received several awards and accolades, Like Me is one strange journey into horror!

Release Date: January 26th, 2018 (Limited Theatrical) and February, TBA (VOD).

Director/wrtier: Robert Mockler.

Cast: Addison Timlin, Ian Nelson, Larry Fessenden and Jeremy Gardner.

The official trailer for Like Me:

Sources: Like Me at Quiet Earth

Like Me at Glass Eye Pix

More surreal horror, Jeremy Gillespie's The Void (2017, Blu-ray):

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