With Craig Calamis’ feature film debut, The Drifter, set for a worldwide digital release this June 6th via Terror Films, we’ve been provided with the official trailer, poster and clip for the upcoming film and you guys can check out all the goods below. Check them out and let us know if you’ll be keeping an eye out for this one.
From the Press Release:
The Drifter will be making its worldwide debut on Tuesday, June 6th. Also, genre distributor Terror Films has released the official poster, trailer and one more exclusive clip, titled “Listen to me, you little s**t.”
The story follows a uniquely troubled man who finds himself on a downward spiral induced by painful memories of his dark and distant past. Taking refuge from his long days and nights of driving aimlessly on the open highway, he stops off in a small town, where he happens to cross paths with an old acquaintance. This acquaintance becomes dangerously intrigued and determined to discover the skeletons hiding in the drifter’s past.
This marks the feature film debut of director Craig Calamis, which premiered at the 2015 Queens World Film Festival. Here, it won the Audience Award and was nominated for Jury Awards in both: the Best Narrative Feature and Best Director categories. Atlanta Horror Film Festival named it one of the “Top Independent Horror Films of 2015.” Also, it was also nominated for Best Special Effects at the 2014 Scare-A-Con Festival.
As part of their new World Wide digital release model, Terror Films will release the film across multiple digital platforms, in several territories. Territories include: the U.S., Canada, the Middle East, North Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Ireland, the U.K. and Pan-Russia. The film will be available on several video hosting platforms. Platforms include: iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play/You Tube, Sony PSN, X-Box, Vudu, Steam, Vimeo On Demand, Roku (Free Flix Tonight, 24 Hour Movie Channel, Free Grindhouse Flix Tonight), I Bleed Indie and Tubi TV. The premiere SVOD platform, iFlix will also be picking up the film, which will help expand the film’s worldwide distribution in the coming months.