Deranged Minds Entertainment is excited to share the new official trailer and exclusive stills from their upcoming feature length slasher film, “Red Eye,” which is jam packed with even more blood, screams, and action!
We’ve been following the development of the indie horror film Red Eye for some time now, beginning with the film’s successful crowdfunding campaign. We’re huge fans of the talented young filmmakers behind the upcoming slasher, Destinie Orndoff and Tristan Clay (read our interview with the two here), founders of the genre production company Deranged Minds Entertainment.
Red Eye marks the feature filmmaking debut for producers Orndoff and Clay, who have worked together on two previous horror shorts, Sin and Used. Red Eye was co-written by Orndoff and Clay (who also directs the film) and features Destinie Orndoff in a leading role, alongside popular indie scream queens Jessica Cameron and Heather Dorff. The film also stars Hayden Wilberger, Clayton Abbott, and Soctt King.
“Red Eye” is a legend Gage Barker use to be told as a kid. When he found out there was some truth behind this legend he gathered a group of friends to hike in the backwoods of Black Creek, WV to help him use this as the basis for his first film project. To what extent will they go to make this project a reality? Will their passion bleed through? Or cross the line?
SEE THE WORLD PREMIERE
Are you like us and DYING to see this film?!
You don’t have to wait too long if you’re in/nearby the Gateway Film Center in Columbus Ohio! As we previously announced, Red Eye is slashing its way onto the big screen May 27th for a one night event! Be the first to see the film, plus enjoy a Q&A with the cast and the directory. You’ll also have the opportunity to pick up a signed poster for the film. For more information and tickets, click the link below.
WATCH THE TRAILER
And now, we’re so excited to share the official trailer for the film. Let us know what you think in the comments below. And stay tuned as we continue to bring you news of this film as it breaks.