The Night Sitter Picked Up By Uncork'd Entertainment For U.S. Home Video Release
Abiel Bruhn and John Rocco's horror-comedy will soon be arriving on home video.
By Chris Morse
It's been a little over a year since we last had a look at Abiel Bruhn and John Rocco's Christmas horror-comedy film, The Night Sitter. After a fantastic debut trailer following a successful crowdfunding campaign through Kickstarter, the film was in a state of limbo as it explored options for release in the United States. Fortunately, as reported by THR, Uncork'd Entertainment has struck a deal with the production company to bring the movie stateside for a home video release.
Starring Elyse DuFour, who played Frankie, one of Negan's wives at the Sanctuary, during Season 7 of The Walking Dead, The Night Sitter is a horror-comedy themed around Christmas, featuring a trio of witches summoned up to cause all kinds of mayhem. Read the full synopsis for the film below.[blockquote-0]
“John and Abiel have made a unique and very fun horror film, one that we’re so very excited to show to American audiences,” said Uncork’d president Keith Leopard. “The deaths are skillfully done, and surprising gory, which made me love it.” Filmmakers Bruhn and Rocco had the following to say in a statement of their own following the announcement of this release deal.[blockquote-1]
The Night Sitter will come to digital format sometime this summer. Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for all the latest on this film and other independent horror projects.[relatedArticle-0]
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