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SXSW Exclusive Interview: Cast and Crew Tease the Pound-Pulsing Mysteries of Crime Chiller ‘DEAD MAIL’

Joe DeBoer and Kyle McConaghy‘s (BAB) gripping psychological crime thriller Dead Mail is all set to have its world premiere at this year’s SXSW on Saturday 9 March promising shocks aplenty for festivalgoers.

Co-directed and co-written by DeBoer and McConaghy, this taut mystery movie centres around seasoned “dead letter” investigator Jasper, whose routine job decoding undeliverable mail takes a dark turn when a blood-stained plea arrives on his desk. As Jasper becomes entangled in the cryptic note’s mystery, a strange man named Trent seems to hold the key – especially when he shows up at Jasper’s workplace out of the blue with a disquietingly vested interest in the note.

The film stars Sterling Macer, Jr. (Where the Crawdads Sing), John Fleck (Waterworld), Susan Priver (Scalper), Micki Jackson (“Drumline: A New Beat”), Tomas Boykin (3 From Hell), and Nick Heyman (Ambush).

In an exclusive interview, ahead of this weekend’s world premiere of Dead Mail, the film’s stars Sterling Macer, Jr. and John Fleck and co-writers/co-directors DeBoer and McConaghy teased the film’s suspenseful twists and assured us that festivalgoers can expect to be entertained as the mysteries unfold on the big screen during this highly anticipated world premiere.


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