The Horror Renamed Autumn’s End and Now Available


The dramatic indie thriller The Horror, which we’ve been talking about for quite a while here at DC, has gotten a new title (Autumn’s End) and is now available from Global Digital Releasing on numerous platforms. In honor of the occasion, the film written by Raymond Creamer and directed by Jerry J. White III also has a new poster and trailer, which of course you can see right here!

Speaking about the film (read our review of The Horror here), White said, “I’ve always been a fan of horror films but feel that many of them lack heart. In this film we test the audience’s expectations of the genre by stepping inside the minds of traditional horror movie victims to witness the long-term effects of their fight for survival.”

Autumn’s End played as a Midnight Selection at Dances with Film (2015). It is available in North America on major platforms such as Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Xbox Live, and Vudu with cable VOD following at a later date as well as releases throughout the world via iFlix.

Still coping with the loss of their parents, Malcolm and Isabel Rademacher (Raymond Creamer and Callie Ott) head to their family’s lake house for a weekend with friends. What starts out as an enjoyable trip is cut short when the siblings emotionally disconnect from the others. Abandoned by their friends, Malcolm and Isabel’s isolation is exploited by two masked assailants who invade their home.

With the assistance of her therapist (Schell M. Perterson), Isabel attempts to put her life back together. However, through her recovery process, she becomes aware of the darkness that her brother carries inside him as he becomes obsessed with tracking down one of their assailants.



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