Russian Bride, The; Finding Perfect Love Can Be Dangerous
Russian Bride, The. Film Details.
Director: Michael S. Ojeda
Writer: Michael S. Ojeda
Release Date: 2018
MPAA Rating: N/A
A Russian woman travels to America with her daughter to marry a reclusive billionaire, who turns out to be a psycho who sends their lives spiralling into a living hell.
The Russian Bride is a thriller written and directed by Michael S. Ojeda, following up his latest film Avenged. Early this year, Staff Correspondent and Content Contributor Stacy Cox wrote an article about the film and its Indiegogo campain. You can read it right here:
Corbin Bernsen… as Karl Frederick
Gregory O’Gallagher… as Keller
Kristina Pimenova… as Dasha
Lisa Goodman… as Maria
Oksana Orlan… as Nina
Yuliya Zelenskaya… as Lucia
Michael Robert Brandon… as Hagen
Alison Korman… as Olga
Natasha Goubskaya… as Anya
Maryanne Nagel… as Cousin Blanche
Keenan Johnston… as Buchanan
Lyudmila Velikaya… as Nina’s mother
Yefim Somin… as Yuri
Guido Den Broeder… as Doctor
Kenneth G. Beaudin… as Priest
The Russian Bride sets the bar really high by the looks of it. The trailer looks ravishing with clean cinematography, elegant images and color correction. It manages to inspire with astonishing decors and camera work.
Following the atmosphere of Kill Bill and with a hint of Stephen King’s Misery, The Russian Bride has a bunch of components to satisfy a lot of viewers. It does have some ghost drama involved as well, which can be interesting because at the end we’re nevertheless predicting who the enemy really is.
Overall, the acting looks good, which is complicated to identify in a trailer. We can count on practical effects as well, which is refreshing and promising.
The Russian Bride has all the ingredients to keep us engaged. With what I watched in the trailer and with what I read online, I’m pretty sure we’re going to be surprised and here’s hoping to see more work from Ojeda in the future.
I personally can’t wait to watch this when it eventually comes out. Soon, I hope!