Artist Rights Distribution presents the suspenseful supernatural mystery, Echoes of Fear, starring Trista Robinson and Hannah Race. Directors Brian and Laurence Avenet-Bradley twist the haunted house genre into a creepy and atmospheric thriller.
Alysa (Trista Robinson) inherits her grandfather’s house following his sudden death from an apparent heart attack. She cannot keep the house so travels there to prepare it for sale. While she is packing away her grandfather’s belongings some strange and unexplained events inside the house start to spook her and she soon comes to the conclusion that she is not alone there.
Here are 5 reasons why you should see Echoes of Fear:
5) Trista Robinson!
An amazing on-screen presence, Trista Robinson captures the unnerving tension and the inner struggle of maintaining control. Alysa (Robinson) is strong-willed and determined to solve the mystery of her haunted house. Robinson never hesitates as she gets her hands dirty and sinks deep into dirt-ridden crawlspaces
4) Hannah Race!
With such kinetic chemistry with Robinson, Hannah Race exudes confidence and personality as Alysa’s best friend, Steph. Race has great comedic timing as her witty sense of humor breaks the tension and adds some necessary relief. The chemistry between Robinson and Race will keep audiences engaged to the very end.
3) The House!
The haunted house itself is a central character to the narrative. The cinematography by Laurence Avenet-Bradley captures the facade of suburbia as the mystery takes dark turns. The camerawork builds the claustrophobic tension within every cramped room and dirty crawlspace.
2) The Direction!
Directors Brian and Laurence Avenet-Bradley aim for nail-biting chills instead of gore with their spine-tingler. My favorite part is how the paintings on the wall start falling at the same time as Alisa runs down the stairs.
1) A Suspenseful Spine-Tingler!
With two fantastic leads, audiences are absolutely going to enjoy Echoes of Fear. Audiences visiting this haunted house will get some genuine chills.
Echoes of Fear kicks off its theatrical run on October 16th, 2019.