Mark Dossett's throwback horror film The Torment of Laurie Ann Cullom began its festival run way back in 2014, and Terror Films has this week set a release date for the long gestating film, which is said to be inspired by actual events.
In The Torment of Laurie Ann Cullom...
"A woman who suffers from agoraphobia after being attacked years earlier, soon realizes her fear of the outside world is nothing compared to what she finds inside her home."
When asked why he waited so long to distribute his feature film debut, Dossett had this to say: "I had four previous distribution offers before signing with Terror Films. I had everything from one distributor telling me they didn’t like the name of the film and they would figure it out once I signed. Another one quoted me on the phone their recoupable expense amount and then when the contract was sent, it was double that amount. So, at the end of the day, it all came down to trust. I didn’t trust any of them. After talking with Joe, I realized he and his staff were also indie filmmakers and that we would work together on everything from the poster to the trailer. That gave me the trust that I didn’t have with the others to go ahead and sign with Terror Films."
The critically acclaimed indie horror film is set to debut on digital platforms on March 2nd, 2020
The release will span over several months as it becomes available across digital platforms. Digital platforms hosting the film include: Prime Video, Tubi TV, Google Play and many others.
In advance of the release, Terror Films has debuted the newly revised trailer. Check it out below along with the poster art.