Indie Horror Film, Save Yourself, Debuts First Official Trailer

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In honor of “Women In Horror Month,” the Canadian, female-driven horror/thriller SAVE YOURSELF is releasing its official Teaser Trailer and first stills from the film. Staring Jessica Cameron (Truth Or Dare), Tristan Risk (ABC’s Of Death 2), Tianna Nori (Clean Break), Sydney Kondruss (The Drownsman), Bobbie Phillips (Carnival Of Souls) and a slew of other Canadian actresses, SAVE YOURSELF tells the story of five female filmmakers en route to their big L.A. premiere. But when one of them goes missing at a rest stop, the women soon find themselves pitted against a deranged scientist hell-bent on using them for his mysterious research.

This thrilling, character driven horror is finishing post-production and looking forward to hitting the festival circuit this year. SAVE YOURSELF features strong, self-reliant characters while having fun with female stereotypes in the horror genre. Producer Jessica Cameron had this to say about the film; “The characters are not just sexy, but also smart, tough and real. They represent women in modern horror well.”

Executive Producers Pino Halili and Allen Ormerod from the award-winning studio Post City Sound are looking forward to releasing the teaser, saying it’s a taste of what they’re cooking up in post-production. “It’s a film that features just as many serious tones as it does exciting ones, and was developed from the script stage to take advantage of sonic element to tell a story.”

Director Ryan M. Andrews (Sick Survive The Night) couldn’t be happier with how the film turned out. “SAVE YOURSELF lures you in with fun, bad-ass characters and a traditional horror setup. But then we turn things on its head, introducing all these thriller and dramatic elements that really make all the characters so unique and intelligent. It’s sexy, exciting and just like

David Cronenberg says, ‘just because you’re making a horror film, doesn’t mean you can’t make an artful film’.”