Plus One Movie Gets A Trailer And Poster – Indie Crazy Looks Pretty Good

You’ve got to love a good bit of indie crazy, and this Plus One movie (+1) may just be in line with some of the best you’re likely to run into. Of course, a wild, sci-fi ride is going to need to be your cup of tea, and revolving around a group of teen-somethings at a massive party will need to not kill it for you… but, once we clear those hurdles, we’re gold.

You may suspect that I’m joking, but I assure you… well, no, I won’t.

If you have to kick out some raging party movie anyway (and we do… there are rules), how about if we also throw in some strange time twisting alien event, and a core group of friends who have to figure out what to do about the other thems?

It’s a hell of a recipe, and while it may not look like it’s for you, I think you should really take a look and see if maybe there is more going on here than you suspect.

 

plus one movie poster

 

 

+1 opens in select theaters on September 20th, 2013

 

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In this supernatural thriller, three college friends go to the biggest party of the year, each looking for something different: love, sex and a simple human connection. When a mysterious phenomenon disrupts the party, it lights a fuse on what will become the strangest night anyone has ever seen. As the three friends struggle to find what they’re looking for, the party quickly descends into a chaos that challenges if they can stay friends or if they can even stay alive.

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Director: Dennis Iliadis

Writers: Billy Gullo (screenplay), Dennis Iliadis (story)

Cast: Rhys Wakefield, Logan Miller, Ashley Hinshaw, Natalie Hall

Producer: Tim Perell

 

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Marc Eastman
Marc Eastman is the owner and operator of Are You Screening? and has been writing film reviews for over a decade, and several branches of the internet's film review world have seen his name. He is also a member of The Broadcast Film Critics Association and The Broadcast Television Journalists Association.

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