Official Trailer for Alien Horror 'Caught' Directed by Jamie Patterson

February 28, 2018
Source: YouTube

Caught Trailer

"We never said we would leave." Cinedigm has released a trailer for a freaky horror film titled Caught, from director Jamie Patterson. The film about alien visitors was shot in East Sussex, UK where aliens were sighted in 1967. While on an afternoon walk, two small-town reporters notice a military camp going up on a hilltop. Trying to figure out the truth, they answer their door when two unusual strangers come knocking and find themselves held hostage in their own home. Caught stars Mickey Sumner, Cian Barry, April Pearson, Ruben Crow, Dave Mounfield, and Aaron Davis. This feels like a pretty cool throwback to "Twilight Zone", where the aliens look like regular people, though there's something very strange. Check it.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Jamie Patterson's Caught, direct from YouTube:

Caught Poster

A journalist couple invite two strangers into their idyllic village home after noticing strange military activity nearby, but what begins as an informal interview soon descends into a nightmarish fight for survival. Caught is directed by English filmmaker Jamie Patterson, of various films including City of Dreamers, Blind Date, Home for Christmas, Winners, and Fractured previously. The screenplay is written by Dave Allsop and Alex Francis. This premiered at the Fantasporto Film Festival last year. Cinedigm will release Patterson's Caught in select theaters + on VOD starting March 30th coming up. Anyone curious?

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Reader Feedback - 4 Comments


Ok, this looks better than those haunted houses rotten and boring ideas ...

shiboleth on Feb 28, 2018


Doesn't look so much like a horror film as it does another one of those kidnapping/slaughter movies... with aliens, there's the twist. Seen it too many times already.

Charles Knowlton on Feb 28, 2018


It looks okay. Probably a couple decent scenes in there, but not worth a sit through.

DAVIDPD on Feb 28, 2018


Decent trailer, but I suspect this movie will devolve into a slow paced (probably boring) home invasion movie. They could've at least shown some tentacles in the trailer...

TheOct8pus on Mar 1, 2018

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