Trailer: Lars Klevberg's Polaroid Finally Releasing This September
The Child's Play remake director's debut horror feature will soon arrive in select theaters and on-demand.
By Chris Morse
Lars Klevberg, director of this summer’s Child’s Play remake, made his horror debut with a film called Polaroid. Originally conceived as a short, the filmmaker had the chance to turn it into a full-length feature before being tapped to reimagine a more modern version of Chucky.
Now, Vertical Entertainment has announced that the film will finally be releasing next month on September 17th. An official trailer was paired with this announcement, offering a preview of the feature that will soon be arriving in limited theaters and on-demand. For starters, enjoy the above sneak peek of the upcoming movie.
Polaroid follows a high school loner who stumbles upon a vintage camera, unaware of the dark secrets it holds. She soon discovers what’s at stake with the realization that those who have their pictures taken by it are destined to meet a tragic end.
The film is directed by Lars Klevberg and written by Blair Butler. Starring is Kathryn Prescott (Skins), Tyler Young (Eyewitness), and Samantha Logan (13 Reasons Why). It will debut in select theaters and on-demand just before the arrival of fall on September 17th, 2019.
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