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Watch: Eli Roth Presents Guillermo Amoedo's 'The Stranger' Trailer

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May 18, 2015
Source: Apple

The Stranger

"What did you do with the body?" Horror filmmaker Eli Roth is presenting this IFC Midnight release of The Stranger, an indie film from Uruguayan filmmaker Guillermo Amoedo. The horror-thriller story follows a mysterious man who ends up in a small town to find his wife but discovers that it seems to be overtaken by the supernatural, or something like that. The cast includes Cristobal Tapia Montt, Ariel Levy, Nicolas Duran, Lorenza Izzo and Aaron Burns. This wasn't one of the films with lots of buzz at Fantastic Fest where it first premiered last year, but if horror (or thriller) is your jam, you might want to check it out. Beware the blood.

Here's the official US trailer for Guillermo Amoedo's The Stranger, in high def from Apple:

The Stranger

In this supernatural thriller, a mysterious man (Cristobal Tapia Montt) arrives in a small Canadian town seeking his wife, but his unwelcome presence and what he finds instead soon plunges the community into a bloodbath. The Stranger is both written and directed by Guillermo Amoedo, a Uruguayan filmmaker working in Santiago, Chile since 2007. He shot his first feature, Return in 2010, for 500 dollars, with a crew of 4 people and in just 10 days. The Stranger first premiered at Fantastic Fest last year, and it was picked up by IFC Midnight for release. The film will play in select theaters + VOD starting on June 12th this summer.

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  • Where the shmeck is the news about Shanghai Dawn?!?! WOW!!!
  • shiboleth
    It could have potential ...
  • cuckoozey
    How about presenting your own film instead, Eli? Where did The Green Inferno go anyway?
    • OfficialJab
      Seriously though. Is it just gone forever then?
  • DAVIDPD
    Meh...attaching Roth's name to films actually makes me want to run away now.
    • ff
      completely agree

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