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Cosmic Creepiness Aplenty in First Trailer for Mickey Keating’s ‘OFFSEASON’

RLJE Films and Shudder have just revealed the first official trailer and poster (below) for cosmic shocker Offseason, Mickey Keating‘s much-anticipated follow-up to 2017’s Psychopaths.

First debuting at last year’s SXSW Film Festival before also passing through Philadelphia International Film Festival and Torino Film Festival, RLJE Films, and Shudder  have now confirmed that Keating’s latest horror-thriller will receive a March 11, 2022 day-and-date release.

Directed by Keating, from a self-written screenplay, and starring Jocelin Donahue (Doctor Sleep, The House of the Devil), Joe Swanberg (The Rental, “Easy”), Richard Brake (3 From Hell, Mandy), Melora Walters (The Pale Door, “Pen15”) and Jeremy Gardner (After Midnight, The Mind’s Eye), Offseason centers on Marie Aldrich (Donahue), who returns to the remote island where her mother is buried having received a mysterious letter notifying her that her mother’s grave has been vandalized. Once there, the island is swiftly closed down for the offseason and the bridges are closed until the spring, leaving her with no choice but to stay put. Following a succession of odd encounters with the locals, Marie soon realizes that something is very off. If she wants to make it off the island alive, it’s up to her to uncover the mystery behind her mother’s troubled past.

RLJE Films and Shudder will release Offseason in theaters and on VOD and Digital on March 11, 2022.

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