Sublet, The. Combines Mystery and Supernatural For Psychological Horror
Sublet, The Film Details
Director: John Ainslie
MPAA Rating: N/A
The Sublet is a suspense driven psychological thriller about Joanna, a new mom coping with her baby alone in an odd sublet apartment. As her husband neglects her to focus on his career, Joanna questions her sanity as she discovers a violent past to the apartment and suspects that the building may be haunted
The Sublet, according to the press release is listed as
…reinventing Canuxploitation for a new generation.
For those unaware of the term Canuxploitation it refers to B-movie type films made in Canada. TriCoast Entertainment presents the release of the psychological thriller The Sublet in collaboration with Breakthrough Entertainment and Black Fawn Films.
The trailer for The Sublet starts out with an unexpected angle showing a young couple buying an apartment rental. This dwelling is anything less than magnificent but with financial constraints, the pair finds few prospects in their favor.
Specific scenes that develop illustrate views of the supernatural and mystery. Something lurks within the walls. Is it an entity, or a buried secret? Its presentation seemed misleading since neither had an authoritative personality. The Sublet hints on a psychological attack with Horror aspects comprising ammunition. It will prove fascinating to examine how this fictional work unfolds in its totality.
Principal attention in this composition focuses on the acting and camera control. Based on the footage Canuxploitation does not meet the ideal marketing strategy for this film. Absent were the devices of uncoordinated portrayals and poor cinematography.
The Sublet has the structure of a defining indie film. Don’t take our word for it, Ainslie and Richards composed a striking narrative that received the backing honors:
Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival 2016
Bloodie Best Cinematography
Stay tuned to DecayMag for more information on The Sublet as it develops