First Teaser Trailer for Indie Horror Movie ‘The Ranger’ Taking part in at SXSW
by Alex Billington
March 12, 2018
“This isn’t a place for you kids to party.” Here is one other teaser trailer for a slasher movie enjoying on the SXSW Movie Pageant. This one is titled The Ranger, and it is the characteristic directorial debut of filmmaker Jenn Wexler, who has labored as a producer on a bunch of nice indie movies earlier than this. This 80’s horror thriller is about teen punks, on the run from the cops and hiding out within the woods, who find yourself going through off in opposition to the “local authority”—an unhinged park ranger with an axe to grind. The Ranger’s solid consists of Chloë Levine, Granit Lahu, Jeremy Pope, Bubba Weiler, Amanda Grace Benitez, Jeremy Holm, with Larry Fessenden. This teaser would not reveal a lot, and never a lot of the Ranger himself, but it surely nonetheless seems like enjoyable.
Here is the primary teaser trailer for Jenn Wexler’s The Ranger, direct from Vimeo (by way of TMB):
Description from SXSW: When Chelsea and her mates get in bother with the cops, they flee the town and go on the run. Fueled by a hallucinogenic drug referred to as Echo, they hope to put low—and get excessive—in an outdated household hideout within the woods. However Chelsea’s bought reservations about going again to nature and secrets and techniques she’s not sharing together with her mates. When a shot rings out, her previous comes crashing again, and the punks discover themselves pitted in opposition to the native authority— an unhinged park ranger with an axe to grind. The Ranger is directed by producer-turned filmmaker Jenn Wexler, making her characteristic directorial debut after just a few brief movies beforehand. The screenplay is written by Giaco Furino and Jenn Wexler. That is premiering on the SXSW Movie Pageant this month. No different launch plans have been revealed but – keep tuned. Your ideas?
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