The T-1000 Gets Stabby
Tone-Deaf, is a new Indie horror comedy from writer/director Richard Bates Jr. (Excision, Suburban Gothic) which debuted at SXSW earlier this year to mixed reactions.
The footage in the trailer looks very similar to those previous films, which is a good thing if you’re a fan of Bates, and bad if you’re not.
The official synopsis:
“After losing her job and imploding her latest dysfunctional relationship, Olive (Amanda Crew) flees the city for the weekend, escaping to the countryside for some peace and self-reflection. She rents an ornate country house from an eccentric widower named Harvey (Robert Patrick). Soon two generations collide with terrifying results as Olive awakens Harvey’s homicidal tendencies and is plunged into a blood-soaked fight for her life. More than your average slasher film, Tone-Deaf provides a dark critique of the bizarre cultural and political climate that currently exists.”
The movie stars Robert Patrick, Amanda Crew, Hayley Marie Norman, Johnny Pemberton, Nancy Linehan Charles, AnnaLynne McCord, Keisha Castle-Hughes, with Ray Wise and Kim Delaney.
Tone-Deaf is due for release in the US on 23 August.