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A job at a marijuana farm turns nightmarish in director Ariel Vida’s Trim Season, and Variety reports today that the horror film has been acquired by Blue Harbor Entertainment for U.S. release.

While no date has been set just yet, look for Trim Season to debut in theaters and on VOD this June.

In Trim Season, ““Emma, jobless and searching for purpose, joins a group of twenty-somethings from Los Angeles and heads up the coast to make quick cash trimming marijuana on a secluded farm in Northern California. Cut off from the rest of the world, they soon realize that the estate is harboring darker secrets than any of them could imagine, and it becomes a race against time for Emma and her friends to escape the dense woods with their lives.”

The cast includes “Scream” and Hell Fest‘s Bex Taylor-KlausStarry Eyes, “Midnight Mass” and Doctor Sleep‘s Alex Essoe, with Bethlehem Million (Kevin Williamson’s Sick), Jane Badler (“V”, “Free Fall”), Ally Ioannides (Synchronic) and Cory Hart (“Fear the Walking Dead”). The cast also includes Ryan Donowho, Marc Senter and Juliette Kenn De Balinthazy.

Michelle Swope wrote in her review that Trim Season is “a suspenseful, uniquely crafted story highlighting pain and sacrifice that should spark some powerful conversation around women and gender. Mesmerizing performances, an innovative story, beautiful stylistic choices, and a little bit of witchy weed make Trim Season a must-see horror film.”

Vida told Variety of the acquisition, “I’m thrilled that Blue Harbor is bringing this team’s work to audiences, whom I hope resonate with our film’s themes of power, agency, friendship, and loss — as well as the stylized lens through which we sought to paint both the horrifying and the heartrending.”

Aaron B. Koontz of Paper Street Pictures and Sean E. DeMott of Execution Style Entertainment produced. Paul Holbrook of Hlbrk Ent. produces in addition to Badler on behalf of MeJane Productions. Leal Naim executive produces while Cameron Burns co-produces.



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