After six years, Terror Films is set to finally release the long-gestating 80’s horror throwback The Torment of Laurie Ann Cullom.
In the film, a woman who suffers from agoraphobia soon realizes her fear of the outside world is nothing compared to what she finds in her home.
Inspired by actual events, director Mark Dossett’s critically acclaimed indie horror film began its festival run in 2014 and has been praised by horror critics including Horror Fuel’s own
“one of the best slasher movies of the year,” in his review.
When asked why he waited so long to distribute his feature film debut, director Mark Dossett had this to say: “I had four previous distribution offers before signing with Terror Films. I had everything from one distributor telling me they didn’t like the name of the film and they would figure it out once I signed. Another one quoted me on the phone their recoupable expense amount and then when the contract was sent, it was double that amount. So, at the end of the day, it all came down to trust. I didn’t trust any of them. After talking with Joe, I realized he and his staff were also indie filmmakers and that we would work together on everything from the poster to the trailer. That gave me the trust that I didn’t have with the others to go ahead and sign with Terror Films.”
The Torment of Laurie Ann Cullom is set to debut on digital platforms this March 2nd, 2020.