Wild Eye Releasing delivers the pulse-pounding rustic slasher flick, Don’t Look, starring Luciana Faulhaber and Lindsay Eshelman, onto DVD. Making her directorial debut, starlet Luciana Faulhaber has put together a female-centric horror movie with tons of stylish kill scenes and off-the-wall characters.
5 New York City Millennials who escape the big city for a rustic Thanksgiving weekend in the country. But as will happen in horror, something threatens to shatter their peaceful getaway and they are targeted for murder.
Here are 5 reasons why you should get Don’t Look:
5) Luciana Faulhaber!
As Lorena, Luciana Faulhaber is an unbelievably charismatic leading starlet who can masterfully juggle humor, drama, and horror. With the nostalgic script by Jessica Boucher and Danielle Killay, the pair of Millennials are stamped as horny and pretentious. Faulhaber has such an engaging personality that audiences will be drawn to Lorena.
4) Lindsay Eshelman!
Lindsay Eshelman does a fantastic job with her character, Nicole. Though Nicole is hiding a traumatizing secret from her past, screenwriters Jessica Boucher and Danielle Killay emphasize this does not make her weak. Nicole (Eshelman) has an interesting character arc as she faces her trauma headfirst.
3) The Masked Slasher!
I really like the look of the masked slasher in the movie. The mask looks like a baby’s face that has been worn out and the colors have faded over the years. Just when you think you know who’s behind the mask, the horror flick cleverly throws in a twist.
2) The Horror!
As a director, Luciana Faulhaber really has a keen eye for horror. There’s one moment where [SPOILER] is running across the grassy field, in her underwear. The camerawork by Sebastian Nieves captures the running in a moving tracking shot and you can see what’s happening in the dark.
1) Bloody Thrill-ride!
A nonstop bloody thrill-ride, Don’t Look boasts some spectacularly must-see kill scenes. I look forward to Luciana Faulhaber sitting in the director’s chair again.
Don’t Look arrives on VOD and DVD May 14th.