Official Trailer for Spine-Tingling Supernatural Horror Film 'The Toll'
"There's no one here!" Saban Films has released an official trailer for the indie supernatural horror film The Toll, heading straight-to-VOD in March this year. This was originally to premiere at last year's SXSW Film Festival before it was cancelled. Described as "supernatural terror and spine-tingling suspense", this is one of the latest "ride-sharing horror thriller" films, but not in the usual way as things get creepy only once they arrive. A socially awkward driver and a weary passenger they try to make it to their destination while being haunted by a supernatural threat. By the end of this trailer it's obvious they end up trapped somewhere else. The main cast includes Jordan Hayes, Max Topplin, James McGowan, and Rosemary Dunsmore. This looks a bit strange overall and low quality, but perhaps it has frightening moments. Full trailer below.
Here's the first official trailer (+ posters) for Michael Nader's The Toll, direct from Saban's YouTube:
Supernatural terror and spine-tingling suspense highlight this gripping journey into fear. When Cami orders a taxi service to take her to her father's country home, she’s hoping for a quiet and uneventful ride. But a wrong turn by Spencer, her chatty driver, results in the car stalling on a dark and remote road. After several threatening and inexplicable occurrences, Cami and Spencer realize they are being watched by an unseen presence — one that sees them as trespassers, and is ready to exact a deadly toll. The Toll is both written & directed by filmmaker Michael Nader, making his feature directorial debut after numerous short films previously. Produced by Jordan Hayes and Max Topplin. This was supposed to premiere at last year's SXSW. Saban will now release Nader's The Toll in select theaters + on VOD starting on March 26th.