Cathedrals will fall, the river will run red... and THE BIRD will be SLAUGHTERED!

The official trailer for ROTARY is here

We may view urban legends today as trite and sentimental. These “friend of a friend” macabre stories, polished or pock-marked over the years with updated, timely details or absurd twists have cemented their place in American canon of folklore.

Kidney heists, Bloody Mary, alligators in the sewer: all resonate because in their lack of specificity they become eerily plausible, and we recognize a familiar predicament—one we’d dread.

Rotary is based on classics The Babysitter and The Man Upstairs. Director and Writer Lorenzo Adams explains his impetus for creating the film, “I’ve always been infatuated with things of the macabre, things that terrify us as human beings and terrors that have a touch of reality. Rotary is based on an urban legend that dates back to the 1950’s. This story, in my opinion, is one of the first kind of home invasion horrors that predates films like The Strangers, Straw Dogs, and Wait Until Dark. It birthed the horrifying reveal that gave many of us nightmares and questioned if we were really safe within our own homes. Reality is one of the roots of true horror.”

Rotary, written and directed by Lorenzo P. Adams was shot over a five-day period in mid-July at Windy Ridge farm house in Galax, Virginia. Director Lorenzo P. Adams shares why he knew Windy Ridge was exactly what he was envisioning the moment he saw it. “I knew that I wanted a house that had plenty of character and embodied a vintage look that would effectively place viewers in the time period of the story that takes place.”

Emma Fawkes makes her debut as the film’s star, 17-year-old Julie Moore. Hunter Ott plays Robert, the young babysitter’s charge. Hunter has previously appeared in Chicago Fire and Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall.

The film is in the the process of being wrapped up and submitted to several festivals throughout 2017. To find out more about Rotary and receive the latest updates on festival screenings, please visit us on Facebook. Twitter, or Instagram @Rotarythemovie.

 

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