Friday, December 14, 2018

Cutterhead Closes All of the Exits in this Preview

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Cutterhead is an upcoming horror thriller. From director Rasmus Kloster, this film is a claustrophobic film release. This title has already appeared at several film festivals, with appearances in Germany and Spain. This horror title just had its Spanish premiere in November. A trailer was released earlier this year. And, Cutterhead is expected to released in Denmark, in Q1 of next year. A North American release date has not been announced.

Actress Christine Sonderris has won a "Best Actress" award (Bratislava), for her role as Rie. Rie is a public relations coordinator, tasked with interviewing an underground drilling crew. When she becomes trapped in the front of the drill, her claustrophobia reaches new heights, with rescue a long ways off.

Director Rasmus Kloster was interviewed on this project, recently. At Cineuropa, Kloster talked of the problems shooting this indie title: "you couldn’t sit down anywhere, because everything was curved. It was really intense! We spent 10-12 hours underground at a time." The film was actually shot in a Copenhagen drilling site, over 14 to 15 days. Kloster also mentioned the appeal of the film's setting: "I knew it would be a good setting for a movie, even though I didn’t know exactly what I was going to do." This construction project has been going on for several years, in the heart of Copenhagen.

Cutterhead will continue a film festival run. This title is expected to show in Denmark, in March of 2019. A North American distributor has not been announced to date. However, horror fans can preview the film below, with the official trailer and other details.

Release Date: March 2019 (Denmark) and North America (TBA).

Director: Rasmus Kloster Bro.

Writers: Rasmus Kloster Bro, Mikkel Bak Sørensen.

Cast: Christine Sønderris, Kresimir Mikic, Samson Semere.

The film's official trailer (courtesy of Splatfilmfest):

An interview with Kloster at Cineuropa: Kloster Interview at Cineuropa

Source: Cutterhead at Wicked Thrilling Freaks

The Descent (2005) and the Descent 2 (2009) are two of the most powerful claustrophobic films out there:

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