‘Final Destination’ Creator Jeffrey Reddick’s ‘Don’t Look Back’ Gets U.S. Deal For October Release

EXCLUSIVE: Kamikaze Dogfight and Gravitas Ventures have co-acquired U.S. rights to Don’t Look Back, written and directed by Final Destination creator Jeffrey Reddick. The pic, which serves as Reddick’s directorial debut, will now bow October 16 in theaters and on demand.

Kourtney Bell stars as Caitlin Kramer, a lady overcoming a tragic previous who’s amongst a number of individuals who see a person being fatally assaulted. When the witnesses begin dying mysteriously, she should unearth in the event that they’re being focused by a killer or one thing much more insidious. Bryan Batt, Will Stout, Skyler Hart, Jeremy Holm, Jaqueline Fleming, Amanda Grace Benitez, Damon Lipari, Han Soto, Dean J. West and Stephen Twardokus additionally star.

“As he did with Final Destination, Jeffrey has created a terrifying framework for his characters to meet a gruesome end, and in doing so issues a timely warning against standing idly by while others suffer,” mentioned Tony Piantedosi, VP Acquisitions at Gravitas Ventures, who negotiated the rights take care of 79th & Broadway Entertainment’s Andrew van den Houten.

Van den Houten, Andy Steinman, Roman Dent and Ashleigh Snead are producers of the style pic, which will even be launched in Canada through Unobstructed View. Octane Entertainment is promoting the movie internationally on the Toronto Film Festival.

“I’ve had the privilege of watching Jeffrey craft this masterpiece from the inside out,” Kamikaze Dogfight accomplice Soto mentioned. “Don’t Look Back is a testament to Jeffrey’s evolution as a creative mastermind. Under his cognizance of apathy and our lack of empathy as a species comes questions of anguish, remorse and behaving in a virtuous manner. This movie will affect you whether you want it to or not. Don’t Look Back is a movie made for everyone.”

Sumati Pavagi

A late bloomer but an early learner, Sumati likes to be honestly biased. Though fascinated by the far-flung corners of the galaxy, She doesn’t fancy the idea of humans moving to Mars. Sumati is a Contributing Author for Buzzfeed. e-mail:

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