Imagine being chased by a serial killer hooked on yoga and green tea. Would you be scared? Well, if you’re asking his former girlfriend the answer is most definitely yes, with the addition: Run for your life! She should know; two years ago Sarah informed the police about her boyfriend’s passion for sharp objects and naked skin. Now she has started a new life in a small town, trying to get by without alcohol and pain. She has even joined the Alcoholics Anonymous. Suddenly dear Garrick escapes and blood starts to flood the streets again.In this subversive thriller, Adam Wingard confronts the serial killer theme in an unusual, meditative fashion. Although there are elements of extreme violence, the film focuses more on the characters and their lives than on their actions. The results are atmospheric and haunting. Adam Wingard follows up his micro budget sensation Pop Skull with a fascinating film that should become a classic in its genre.

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Title
Horrible Way To Die
Director
Adam Wingard
Country
USA/ Japan
Length
85 min
Festival
2010
Section
Twilight Zone
Language
English, Japanese
Premiere status
Nordic Premiere
Cast
AJ Bowen, Amy Seimetz, Joe Swanberg
Producer
Simon Barrett, Kim Sherman, Travis Stevens
Script
Simon Barrett
Music
Jasper Justice Leigh

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