Drew Fonteiro in New Trailer for Flipped Ghost Story 'Every Time I Die'
"It's okay! This has happened before." Gravitas has debuted a new trailer for the indie horror film Every Time I Die, which premiered at the Cinquest Film Festival earlier this year. We originally featured a trailer back then, but the film is opening in just a few weeks and they've cooked up another one to watch. The film is a twisted time loop thriller, about a disturbed young man with a mysterious past whose tragic death is just the beginning of his troubles. The big flip with this is that it's told from the perspective of a guy who's dead but appears inside other people, and tries to stop his killer from striking again. Drew Fonteiro stars, with an indie cast including Marc Menchaca, Lia Johnson, Michelle Macedo, and Melissa Macedo. This looks like a cool twist on the usual murder mystery horror films, and it seems like it might be worth a watch.
Here's the latest official trailer (+ poster) for Robi Michael's Every Time I Die, direct from YouTube:
When Sam (Drew Fonteiro) is murdered in a remote lake, his consciousness begins to travel through the bodies of his friends in an effort to protect them from his killer. This dark passage leads him on a greater journey - discovering his own true identity. Every Time I Die is directed by filmmaker Robi Michael, an editor and producer now making his feature directorial debut with this feature after directing a few other short films previously. The screenplay is written by Gal Katzir and Robi Michael. This initially premiered at the 2019 Cinequest Film & Creativity Festival earlier this year. Gravitas Ventures will debut Michael's Every Time I Die in select theaters + on VOD starting August 9th coming up soon. Who wants to watch this film?
Ok, it might be a good one. Even if I don't like those stories with some twist. That usually points toward weak narrative ...
shiboleth on Jul 29, 2019
DIG this. The trailer has some genuinely good bits.
DAVIDPD on Jul 29, 2019
Another nice title! Looks like it could be a sleeper hit / cult classic. I'm afraid the description gave away more than the trailer did. Unless you all were just mis-gleaning 😀 I'm watching.
Whichhalfofthewit on Jul 29, 2019
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