Cascrator Film & Media will be releasing director Craig Singer’s time-looping psychological thriller 6:45 exclusively in 75+ Regal theater markets beginning next Friday, August 7. This marks the the first time since the pandemic that Regal Theatres, the nation’s second largest chain, has supported an independent horror release with a wide release. Details on the film and information on tickets can be found here. GVN has been provided with an exclusive clip from the new film ahead of its debut which you can find below:
Synopsis: What if one of the best days of your life suddenly turned into one of your worst nightmares? And what if you were forced to relive that same day again and again? From Director Craig Singer (Dark Ride, Perkins 14, Animal Room) comes a pulse-pounding, time-looping psychological thriller about a dream vacation gone very, very bad.
Bobby Patterson (Michael Reed) is taking one last romantic shot at saving his rocky relationship with his girlfriend, Jules Rables (Augie Duke) on a weekend getaway to the picturesque island resort of Bog Grove. To their bewilderment, the sleepy beach town is curiously deserted, but they soon learn about its notorious and bloody history – one that’s about to repeat itself again and again…
The pair’s relationship issues are quickly cast aside in order to overcome a demented cycle of terror in which they’re seemingly trapped. And no matter what great lengths they take to avoid it, Bobby and Jules awake at 6:45 each morning to a nightmarish chain of events with no escape.
Written by Robert Dean Klein (Little Fish, Strange Pond, A Good Night To Die), 6:45 stars Michael Reed (Missing William), Augie Duke (Amazon’s Red Oaks, 6 Years, 4 Months & 23 Days) and Thomas G. Waites (Savant, The Thing, The Warriors). Additional cast includes Armen Garo (The Departed, The Sopranos) rappers Remy Ma (Queen of the South) and The 45 King (Hancock), boxing Hall of Famer Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini (The Plot Against America), Joshua Matthew Smith (Morning Sun), Sabina Friedman-Seitz (The Boy Downstairs), Allie Marshall (Twisted Sisters), Leonardo Mancini (Undead) and Sasha K Gordon (The Knights of Shame).
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