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Psychological Horror 13teen Coming to DVD February 16th

North American Motion Pictures (NAMP) has announced that 13teen, a film that “teeters on the razor-thin line between sanity and insanity”, will be dropping onto DVD on February 16th. In addition, if you team up with friends to buy three DVDs of the film, you’ll receive one free Blu-ray!

The synopsis for the film, which was written and directed by Pritesh Chheda and stars Amanda Brown, John Lansch, Marc Hustvedt, and Trent Batey, follows:

Emeryville: population 73,250, including one feared serial killer on the loose who carves the number 13 into his victims’ chests.

Sara is home alone on a stormy night when there is a knock at the door. Andrew, a real estate consultant, has stopped by regarding the sale of her house. Problem is, the house isn’t for sale. Against her better judgment, she grants Andrew shelter from the rain.

But tension builds as Andrew, talking about his impending custody battle for his daughter, becomes more and more agitated. Sara finds herself in possible peril, until there is another knock at the door. John, a scripture-quoting home security technician, has stopped by to fix a fuse. But he may not be all he seems when a knife is found in his bag.

Cautious cat-and-mouse play ensues as the trio tries to determine just who the true threat is, while a surprise twist leaves you wondering just who it is that really needs to be saved …

Psychological Horror 13teen Coming to DVD February 16th

13teen‘s special features include a stills gallery, and as mentioned above, NAMP is offering a unique retail promotion: Buy three DVDs of 13teen and receive one free Blu-ray disc of the film (Blu-ray available only through this promotional offer). Be sure to check out their site for more details.

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  • Blue Eyed Demon

    I find it hard to want to check out a movie with a title that sounds like some sort of dumbass boy band…

  • VincentZ

    You know, I wouldn’t even blame the screenwriter. It’s the damn marketing department. Every synopsis now has to mention a “twist ending” that puts us viewers on guard — often spoiling a surprise simply by virtue of telling us there is one, when otherwise we wouldn’t expect it. By the logic above, the tagline for “The Sixth Sense” would be: “A shocking twist leaves you wondering who isn’t really alive!”

  • VincentZ

    Please tell me the “twist” is not that Sara is the killer. Please?

    • The Woman In Black

      My thoughts exactly … but you have to remember that not everyone out there is as savvy as we are! ;)