Aaron Paul & Emily Ratajkowski in Trailer for Thriller 'Welcome Home'
"We came here to fix this, right? We're not going to leave until we do." Vertical Entertainment has released an official trailer for a film titled Welcome Home, a dangerous romantic thriller of sorts from filmmaker George Ratliff (Joshua, Salvation Boulevard). The film stars Aaron Paul and Emily Ratajkowski as a couple who decide to take a trip to the Italian countryside to work on their relationship. They book a home using a website called "Welcome Home". Once they arrive, an encounter with a neighbor begins to disrupt their relationship even more. The cast also includes Riccardo Scamarcio as Federico, plus Katy Louise Saunders, Alice Bellagamba, and Francesco Acquaroli. This looks like it has some seriously creepy twists and turns. It may start as a struggling romance, but turns into something very freaky and unsettling.
Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for George Ratliff's Welcome Home, direct from YouTube:
Desperate to reignite the spark in their crumbling relationship, Bryan (Aaron Paul) and Cassie (Emily Ratajkowski) rent a beautiful, romantic villa in the Italian countryside using a home-sharing website called "Welcome Home." Soon after settling in, Cassie befriends Federico (Riccardo Scamarcio), the kind, handsome stranger who lives just down the road. Bryan is instantly threatened by Federico's good looks and charm, and Cassie becomes upset by Bryan's jealousy. Federico uses this jealousy to manipulate the couple into turning against each other. Bryan and Cassie find themselves caught in a sexy, voyeuristic, and increasingly dangerous game of cat and mouse where they discover the person you love the most may be the person you can trust the least. Welcome Home is directed by filmmaker George Ratliff, of the films Purgatory County, Joshua, and Salvation Boulevard previously. The script is written by David Levinson. Vertical will release Ratliff's Welcome Home in select theaters + on VOD starting November 16th this fall.
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
Aaron Paul's decision making after BREAKING BAD is questionable.
DAVIDPD on Oct 5, 2018
Not so sure it's decision-making so much as it's offers being made. He's not exactly an A-lister. As great as he was on that show, I imagine it's hard for producers and casting directors to see him as anyone but Jesse. And I'm sure he still has to audition for roles, same as most others. But, I'm only speculating here.
grimjob on Oct 6, 2018
A good point.
grimjob on Oct 8, 2018
I could see that but he just had so much momentum after BREAKING BAD, to see him to NEED FOR SPEED and then just bust after bust is sad.
DAVIDPD on Oct 8, 2018
At least, he gets to see her butt in person ...
shiboleth on Oct 6, 2018
Won't see this, but it was a good trailer...
kitano0 on Oct 6, 2018
That poster certainly does not intrigue my interest.
JohnDoeB on Oct 7, 2018
It's garbage. Uninspired and probably done by some schmuck off Fiverr.
THE_RAW_ on Oct 8, 2018
I'm betting most guys will want to see this because of Emily Ratajkowski and her assets... For me, while it looks "exciting" and mysterious, probably isn't something I need to see.
THE_RAW_ on Oct 8, 2018
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