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Thursday, August 13, 2020

‘Cruiser’ Cam Footage Catches a Maniac Cop’s Brutality [Trailer]

Gravitas Ventures is going to trigger a lot of folk with their ultra-violent Cruiser, a found-footage horror film that features a crazed lunatic impersonating a police officer that goes on a massive killing spree.

In the film, “After murdering a police officer and stealing his patrol car, a mysterious, hulking figure begins a night of carnage and terror in a small Georgia town, pulling over innocent victims until a shocking final confrontation reveals the killer to be even more monstrous than anyone imagined.”

“The mayhem is recorded in a uniquely cinematic found footage style, all captured through police cruiser car cams, cell phones, and surveillance cameras,” explains the press release. “The footage was edited together to assist in the capture of the perpetrator of these heinous acts.”

Cruiser brings a uniquely cinematic style to the telling of a found-footage horror film,” says e Emmy-winning director Randy Ser (All You Need).  “It will also introduce horror fans to a being, ‘known by many names,’ who bears a heavenly singing voice used to soothe victims as they are viciously dismembered during their last moments on earth.”

Cruiser, on VOD platforms August 25, 2020, stars the Tony award-winning Broadway and film actor Shuler Hensley (Van Helsing), Matt Bauman (Sharp Objects), Brandon Carroll (The Walking Dead), Michael H. Cole (The Outsider), Ravi Naidu (SEAL Team) and Lori Beth Sikes (Resurrection).



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/exclusives/3627458/cruiser-cam-footage-catches-maniac-cops-brutality-trailer/

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