Dark Sky Films proudly announces the August 6th theatrical + digital release of NIGHT DRIVE, a shocking ride with a wicked sense of humor from the filmmakers behind the cabin-in-the-woods thriller Dead Night. Below you will find the poster premiere and the embeddable trailer for your coverage consideration.
AN UNFORGETTABLY SHOCKING RIDE FROM DARK SKY FILMS
Russell (AJ Bowen – You’re Next, The Signal) is a driver in Los Angeles who’s reeling from a series of bad decisions. While his life seems to be caught in a downward spiral, a business proposition from an alluring but enigmatic passenger named Charlotte (Sophie Dalah – Unbroken, Dead Night) proves too good to turn down. A simple ride turns deadly, catapulting Russell into an even darker place, but Charlotte may be the key to a second chance he thought he’d never have… if he can make it through the night.
Surprising at every turn and with a wickedly dark sense of humor, directors Meghan Leon’s and Bradford Baruh’s Night Drive is an unforgettably shocking ride-along with a seemingly normal man and the most abnormal of passengers.
Directed by: Bradford Baruh (John Dies at the End, Dead Night) & Meghan Leon (Dead Night)
Written by: Meghan Leon
Cast: AJ Bowen (You’re Next, The Signal), Sophie Dalah (Unbroken, Dead Night)
Country of Origin: United States
Genre: Thriller, Science Fiction, Independent
Distributor: Dark Sky Films
Produced by: Bradford Baruh & Megan Leon
Run Time: 80 minutes
WHAT THE CRITICS ARE SAYING…
“Baruh and Leon have crafted a fun, thoroughly engaging thrill ride filled with humorous moments and sudden peril. They strike a perfect balance between comedy and suspense. Avoid spoilers and put Night Drive on your radar.” – HORROR FUEL
“Night Drive combines elements of After Hours and Primer to create a late-night odyssey that brings up ideas of responsibility and humanity’s inherent selfishness.” – THE PITCH
“The signposts are all there – turn left at After Hours, straight on to Something Wild – and yet Night Drive never feels derivative of those chaotic rom coms.” – AUSTIN CHRONICLE