Everybody needs 'Good Neighbours'. No, I'm not talking about trashy daytime Aussie soaps, I'm talking about writer/director Jacob Tierney's ('The Trotsky') new thriller 'Good Neighbours'. The Canadian production was picked up by Magnolia at Sundance and has now finally been given a release - a double release actually. It'll be hitting iTunes from 24 June and this will be followed up with a brief theatrical run from 29 July. Jay Baruchel ('She's Out of My League', 'The Sorcerer's Apprentice'), Scott Speedman ('Underworld', 'The Strangers') and Emily Hampshire star. You can check out the one-sheet and trailer below.
"Neighbors Spencer (Scott Speedman) and Louise (Emily Hampshire) have bonded over their fascination with a recent string of murders terrorizing their community. When a new tenant named Victor (Baruchel) arrives in the building, all three quickly hit it off. But as they soon discover, each of them has their own dark secret. As the violence outside mounts, the city retreats indoors for safety. But the more time these three spend together in their apartment building, the clearer it becomes that what they once thought of as a safe haven is as dangerous as any outside terrors they could imagine. Smart dialogue, strong performances and jarring thrills give this film all the elements of a great mystery."
'Good Neighbours' Trailer
'Good Neighbours' One-Sheet