Scary ‘Drifter’ Today

Terror Films, a distributor of “microbudget horror” films, has released the indie thriller, The Drifter, online today .

Directed and produced by Craig Calamis, The Drifter is the story of a man, who troubled by “painful memories of his dark and distant past,” spends “long days and nights … driving aimlessly on the open highway.” Stopping in a small town, he bumps into an old acquaintance who “becomes dangerously intrigued and determined to discover the skeletons hiding in the drifter’s past.”

The Atlanta Horror Film Festival named The Drifter “one of the top independent horror films of 2015.”

You can rent The Drifter starting at $3.99 in SD/$4.99 in HD, or buy it for $7.99 in SD/$9.99 in HD, on Vudu. It’s also available on Amazon, with additional distribution planned for other services.

Terror Films also distributes such titles as Savageland, Hell House LLC and Unearthed and Untold: The Path to Pet Semetary. These and other titles can be found on a wide range of digital services including Amazon, iTunes, Google Play/You Tube, X-Box, Sony Playstation, Vimeo On Demand, Roku, Hulu, I Bleed Indie and Tubi TV.

Terror Films also seeks submissions from horror filmmakers for possible distribution.

For more information about the Terror Films library, visit www.terrorfilms.net.

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A former local beat reporter and film critic, co-founder Lawrence Greenberg has more than 25 years’ experience as a writer and public relations executive.

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