Monday, September 09, 2019

The Taking of Deborah Logan Shows a Monstrous Decline (Out September 30th)!

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The Taking of Deborah Logan was originally released, in the U.S. markets, through Netflix. Now, this possession thriller is set to show on several Digital platforms this month. Terror Films is set to release this film through the horror streaming service Shudder, along with several other video hosters. The film involves an elderly woman, who is battling dementia. Her daughter and a film crew document her decline. But, something else is happening to Deborah, played by Jill Larson. The Taking of Deborah Logan also stars: Anne Ramsay ("Hawthorne") and Michelle Ang. A preview of the film's upcoming launch is hosted here.

Director Adam Robitel is well known for some of his previous work. He has worked on both Insidious: The Last Key (2018) and Escape Room (2019). He has also been nominated for a "Best Film" award for his work on The Taking of Deborah Logan. As well, he is already working on the sequel to Escape Room, simply titled Escape Room 2. Robitel has a lot of experience sitting in the director's chair.

Finally, The Taking of Deborah Logan will show this September 30th, on several Digital platforms. Outside of Shudder, this title will also appear on: iTunes, Amazon, VUDU, Tubi TV, Google Play, Roku and others. Horror fans who missed the film's original release will be able to see it through this wider release, in just a few weeks. For now, film fans can see a preview clip, from the film, titled "Child Eating." This clip is for mature audiences only.

Release Date: September 30th, 2019 (Digital, U.S.).

Director: Adam Robitel.

Writers: Adam Robitel, Gavin Heffernan.

Cast: Jill Larson, Anne Ramsay, Michelle Ang.

A "Child Eating" scene from the film (courtesy of Perfect, mature audiences):

More details on the film will be available at the Terror Films' website, here:

The Terror Films' Homepage

Terror Films also released another thriller recently, titled End Trip (2019). This indie release has received a few, recent, positive reviews:

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