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Summer of '84 heads to theatres, VOD

Just a quick hit tonight to tell yah about a groovy looking new horror flick by way of Montreal based film collective RKSS, who brought the world Turbo Kid back in 2015. This time they've set their sites on something . . . sinister.

Summer of '84 takes place during, you guessed it, the summer of 1984. A group of teens begin to suspect one of their neighbours, a cop no less, might actually be a serial killer. Suffice to say, they decide to find out, and things get dangerous.

But enough of me yammering. This preview can explain it better:



RKSS consists of Francois Simard and brother/sister duo Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Kurt Whissell. The cast includes Graham Verchere, Judah Lewis and Caleb Emery.

But wait, there's more! Scope out this great poster:


Summer of '84 looks pretty slick. You can catch it in theatres Aug. 10 and on VOD Aug. 24.

Source: Gunpowder & Sky

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