7/11: Guilt/Girl Premiere

Sarah’s nightmare ended 365 days ago, but she still can’t wake up.

As the sole survivor of The Camp Hobbes Massacre and The Vanity Lake Murders, Sarah, the movie’s protagonist, “escapes” the rampage of a crazed serial killer. But is there ever any real escape? Sometimes there is no way out of the woods, no matter how hard you try.

Guilt/Girl is more than just your typical horror movie where an innocent girl is being chased through the woods by some blood-thirsty maniac. It’s a psychological horror that illustrates the challenges of reintegration after trauma. Surviving the horror was the easy part—now, constantly aware of the eyes that are always watching her, always looking over her shoulder, Sarah has to go on living. Guilt/Girl explores this new kind of horror and, like any good horror movie, promises to leave its viewers feeling as if they are being watched themselves.

Guilt/Girl will premiere July 11 at 7 p.m. at The Malco Smyrna Cinema in Smyrna. It is highly anticipated first feature film from director Mike Dobrzelecki in five years. The film will also be accompanied by a showcase of short horror films by local directors. As if that weren’t enough, a portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to RAINN.

This is going to be a film that you won’t want to miss, so be sure to get your tickets in advance! Tickets can be purchased here until July 10th. However, they will not be available the day of or at the box office.

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