Trailer for Nineteen Seventies Revenge Horror Thriller ‘Abigail’ Starring Ava Cantrell
“I can not be part of this!” “You already are.” Dark Star Pictures has revealed an official trailer for an indie revenge horror thriller referred to as Abigail, to not be confused with the opposite horror revenge thriller Becky and its sequel this yr The Wrath of Becky. Similar concepts however probably not the identical… Set in 1976, a troubled teen befriends her bullied neighbor, in search of revenge on his tormentors, however her obsession turns lethal. Abigail takes a liking to the lonely boy subsequent door and helps him struggle again. As she takes him beneath her wing, the secrets and techniques of her previous start to floor. Starring Ava Cantrell, Tren Reed-Brown, Hermione Lynch, Gene Farber, and Karimah Westbrook. So is the twist on this that she is a few form of badass serial killer or one thing? A wierd movie, the footage doesn’t look good. Makes sense they’re dumping it on VOD this fall.
Here’s the official trailer (+ poster) for Melissa Vitello’s Abigail, direct from Dark Star’s YouTube:
In 1976, troubled teen, Abigail and her mom transfer to a small Alabama city in hopes of escaping the woman’s violent previous. She befriends the boy next-door, Lucas, who’s mercilessly bullied by a bunch of youngsters in school. Determined to assist him search revenge, Abigail takes issues into her personal arms, however rapidly spirals uncontrolled. As Lucas begins to uncover the darkish and twisted nature of his new buddy, issues take a lethal flip. Now, he should select between standing by her aspect or stopping her earlier than it is too late. Abigail is directed by indie producer / filmmaker Melissa Vitello, director of the movies Speak Now, The Sound of Settling, Community Theater Christmas, and a producer on many different movies beforehand. The screenplay is written by Gunnar Garrett. It’s produced by Stacy Snyder and Melissa Vitello. Dark Star Pictures will debut Vitello’s Abigail direct-to-VOD to observe beginning on December fifth, 2023 this fall. Interested on this one?