Journey into the dark side of voyeurism and obsession with the chilling psychological thriller “15 Cameras” coming to VOD in October.
It all began in 2015 with the chilling, voyeuristic nightmare 13 Cameras (currently free to watch on Tubi, free to stream on Shudder and Prime Video, as well as several other free/streaming platforms).
The film, written and directed by Victor Zarcoff, follows a newlywed couple who have moved into a new house, dealing with marital strife and a new baby on the way, while their sleazy landlord (Neville Archambault) watches their every move from the vantage point of numerous hidden cameras throughout the home.
After the success of 13 Cameras, a new chapter called 14 Cameras was released (2018). Zarcoff returned as writer, while Seth Fuller and Scott Hussion took the help as co-directors.
This time, we follow a family of five renting a beautiful home for their summer vacation, only to fall victim to the spying eyes of the lascivious owner (a returning Archambault), who has set up a series of spy cams throughout the house, documenting their most intimate moments and live streaming them to the dark web. 14 Cameras is also available to watch for free on Tubi, along with several other platforms.
Now, Gravitas Ventures brings us the latest in the spycam trilogy, 15 Cameras, coming to VOD on October 13, 2023.
When Cam and Sky bought their duplex, it seemed like the perfect investment opportunity for the young couple — a starter home, a mortgage offset by renters, and even a guest room for Sky’s sister, Carolyn. But as Sky and Cam slowly uncover hidden cameras and secrets of the duplex’s previous owner, obsession consumes their marriage, and they both fall into destructive forms of voyeurism. When new tenants move in downstairs, their fixation with observing others has deadly consequences, and they are forced to confront the very things they have been consumed by.
15 Cameras is directed by Danny Madden, who is best known for directing Beast Beast (Sundance 2020), as well as David Gilmour’s The Girl in the Yellow Dress (official music video, 2015). He was also an animator on Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022), and the creative director for the indie hit Thunder Road (2018). He was named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film”.
The film is written by PJ McCabe (The Beta Test, 2021), who also starred in 13 Cameras.
Additionally, the film features a stellar indie cast, including Will Madden, Angela Wong Carbone, Hilty Bowen, James Babson, Shirley Chen, Hannah Mckechnie, Skyler Bible, Courtney Dietz, Erik Leupp, Donna Allen, Brianne Moncrief, Jim Cummings, and Stephen Ruffin.
The trailer, which you can check out below, promises a hell of a good time — seemingly delivering a killer combo of fun and frights with an unnerving premise that has helped make the first two entries so popular with horror fans.