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‘Flytrap’ Hits Amazon and Google; iTunes Arrival Around the Corner

Ready for something a little different? Flytrap is the flick for you. An interesting amalgamation of science fiction, dark humor and horror, the film has a wealth of promise, and now arrives to take fanatics by storm. You can see the film on Amazon Instant Video and Google Play, but a full-fledged digital rollout is right around the corner, as Flytrap will land on iTunes, VUDU and more on August 23rd.

Stephen David Brooks writes and directs.

Jeremy Crutchley (Salem, Black Sails) centers the film as a stranger in a strange land held at the whims of peculiar housemates Ina-Alice Kopp (Big Gay Love), Jonah Blechman (This Boy’s Life, Another Gay Movie), Gabrielle Stone (Cut!) and Jason Duplissea (Parks and Recreation).

Be sure to check out the trailer below. This one has the potential to surprise!

Synopsis: On the day he arrives in the U.S. to teach at UCLA, paranoia roots itself into James Pond, a reserved English astronomer, who is seduced and quickly trapped in a suburban Los Angeles house by the mysterious and alluring Mary Ann and her equally bizarre housemates.  Are these people in a doomsday cult?  What do they want?  Are they even human?  This psychological, sci-fi thriller hybrid unfolds as James attempts to escape his freakishly foreign captors.  Even if he could escape, would the world believe his crazy story?

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About The Overseer (2283 Articles)
Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

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