Horror films ‘The Sublet’ and ‘Reclusion’ unleash terrifying and tense trailers


Below are two trailers for two upcoming horror films that look to be incredibly tense, and quite frightening experiences. Both trailers are slow burn, but stick with them as both build up to one hell of a climax.

The Sublet:

Written and directed by John Ainslie (writer of, Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer) and starring Tianna Nori, (The Demolisher, Clean Break), Mark Matechuk, Krista Madison (The Dirties, Project Avalanche) and Rachel Sellan (Silent Hill: Revelation 3D). THE SUBLET is a suspense driven psychological-thriller about Joanna, a new mom struggling with postpartum depression and coping with her baby alone in an odd sublet apartment. Left alone as her husband neglects her for his career, she discovers that the apartment has a violent past. She clings to her sanity as the apartment’s blood soaked past leaks into the present.

Produced by Chad Archibald (The Drownsman, Antisocial 2, Bite) Cody Calahan (Bite, Antisocial 2), Christopher Giroux (Bite, The Drownsman), Line Producer James O’Donnell (Antisocial 2, Bite), Supervising Producer Audrey Velichka and Executive Producers Nat Abraham, Tim Brown, Ira Levy, Michael McGuigan and Peter Williamson.

The Sublet will have its European premiere at Razor Reel Film Festival on November 7th and its North American premiere at Whistler Film Festival this December.




(Thanks to Twitch for the trailer)



Nicholas Bianchi penned the psychological horror thriller, and Norman Lesperance directs. Chelsea Gilligan, Lauren Maher, and Jason Faunt star.

The film is heading to AFM looking for buyers.


Tim has lived as a shut-in for years. When a young couple attempts to help re-socialize their recluse neighbor, they unleash a sinister force that preys upon the people who get close to him.




Matt Wavish
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A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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