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Nathan Ambrosioni is taking UK audiences to Therapy this weekend, as his horror flick arrives exclusively on streaming service Shudder.
The director’s latest premiered at Canada’s Fantasia International Film Festival in July, when AMC’s horror VOD platform snapped up the rights to the film. Now, after screening at the Sitges Film Festival last month, it has landed on the site.
Therapy follows Jane and Simon, two young police officers leading a routine investigation into the discovery of hidden video equipment in an abandoned house by a night watchman. At first glance, they don’t seem to contain anything unusual. They show five tourists taking advantage of the seasonal weather to go camping. As they continue watching, they discover that the group’s fresh-air excursion takes a sudden turn for the worst. Seized with panic, the young campers reluctantly end up in an abandoned building where it quickly becomes obvious that they are not alone, and that they’ve stepped into their own graves. To save them, Jane and Simon will have to act quickly, even if it means risking their own lives in the process.
Here’s a trailer for the film, which you can see on Shudder for £4.99 a month – a free trial is available.
For more on Shudder UK, including reviews of films available now, previews of what’s coming soon and an interview with Dearest Sister director Mattie Do, see our Shudder UK channel.
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