Anymore, I find myself spending most of my horror-oriented time with low-budget indies, due in part to the absolute piss-poor selection of genre-related endeavors currently available at the box office. One of the brightest surprises I’ve had in this department as of late was writer/director Elias’ subtly disturbing head game “Gut”. Although the film has enjoyed quite a bit of success during its festival run, most people still haven’t had an opportunity to see the film. Thankfully, all of that is going to change in the near future, as Cinetic Rights Management has recently secured digital distribution rights to the flick. If unnerving, slow-burn horror is your thing, your cinematic interest should be piqued right about now.
Have a look at this here synopsis:
Something is missing in Tom’s life. His marriage has lost its spark, his job is suffocating him, and his childhood best friend Dan still clings to the past. Every day he goes through the motions, becoming increasingly detached from those around him. Dan thinks he has the solution, a mysterious video Tom’s got to see to believe… tonight. What Dan shows him leaves Tom unsettled, flooding his mind with disturbing images and desires, and binding the two friends together with its ugly secret.
If you’re curious to read more about the flick but aren’t really into spoilers, have a peek at my review of the film. That should give you a pretty good indication of where I stand on the matter. And if you missed the previously-released trailer, you can find that in the space provided below.
Via : Variety