Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Two Strange Worlds Collide in Richard Bates Jr.'s Tone-Deaf

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Tone-Deaf is a horror comedy from director Richard Bates Jr. Film fans will recognize Bates Jr. from his other films, like: Excision (2012), Suburban Gothic (2014) and Trash Fire (2016). His latest brings a social justice advocate out into the country. Here, a psychopath resides, waiting for his first victim. A trailer, for the film, was just released this week via Saban Films and the clip can be found below.

The film centers on the character Olive (Amanda Crew). She has just lost her job and ended her latest dysfunctional relationship. Determined for a new start, Olive heads out into rural America, to clear her mind. However, Harvey (Robert Patrick) has his own plans. Plagued with strange visions, Harvey can barely contain his murderous impulses. Both worlds collide in a rural B & B.

Tone-Deaf has already had its World Premiere; the film debuted at this year's SXSW Film Festival, in Austin. Now, Tone-Deaf is set for a wider release in theatres and on Digital, this August 23rd! Fans of comedy or of horror can find the latest from Richard Bates Jr. here, with more to come soon.

Release Date: August 23rd, 2019 (Theatrical, Digital).

Director/writer: Richard Bates Jr.

Cast: Robert Patrick, Amanda Crew, Hayley Marie Norman, Johnny Pemberton, Nancy Linehan Charles, AnnaLynne McCord, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Ray Wise, and Kim Delaney.

The official trailer for Tone-Deaf (courtesy of Saban Films):

Source: Tone-Deaf at First Showing

Every horror fan should see Richard Bates Jr.'s work on Excision, at least one time:

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