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A Rubberneck Stalks You in this Exclusive Clip

15 February 2013 11:57 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Okay, kids! Time to saddle up for an exclusive clip from Alex Karpovsky's Rubberneck. So really, just stand around like you have every right to be here and watch it for yourself. Then attract a crowd and have them standing around looking at it.

Rubberneck is directed and co-written (with Garth Donovan) by Alex Karpovsky, who also stars in the film. A slow-burn character study-turned-psychosexual thriller, Rubberneck is a chillingly believable story of workplace romance gone wrong that co-stars Jaime Ray Newman and Dennis Staroselsky and was produced by Donovan, Michael Bowes, and Adam Roffman.

Rubberneck will be available on nationwide VOD starting Feb 19 and in select theaters starting Feb 22.

Synopsis:

Paul Harris is a scientist at a small research facility on the outskirts of Boston. After a weekend tryst with Danielle, an attractive and promiscuous co-worker, leaves him wanting more, his unreciprocated desires gradually mold into an acute infatuation over the following months. »

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Gawk at the New One-Sheet for Tribeca Film's Rubberneck Release

5 February 2013 5:36 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

We've been talking about Alex Karpovsky's Rubberneck for a while now, and with its VOD and limited theatrical release quickly approaching, Tribeca Film has finally unveiled its poster art by designer Teddy Blanks.

Rubberneck will be available nationwide on VOD starting February 19th. It will also screen in a double feature with Karpovsky's road trip comedy Red Flag at Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center starting February 22nd, complete with opening weekend Q&A's with the director.

Rubberneck is directed and co-written (with Garth Donovan) by Alex Karpovsky, who also stars in the film. A slow-burn character study-turned-psychosexual thriller, Rubberneck is a chillingly believable story of workplace romance gone wrong that co-stars Jaime Ray Newman and Dennis Staroselsky and was produced by Donovan, Michael Bowes, and Adam Roffman.

Synopsis:

Paul Harris is a scientist at a small research facility on the outskirts of Boston. »

- The Woman In Black

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Alex Karpovsky's Rubberneck Bouncing Onto VOD February 19th and Into NYC Three Days Later

1 February 2013 10:01 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

We're intrigued by Alex Karpovsky's Rubberneck, a film he co-wrote, directed, and starred in, and if you are as well, then mark your calendar for February 19th, which is when Tribeca Film is releasing it nationwide via all the usual On Demand platforms.

If you're in New York City or Boston, you can also catch it on the big screen shortly thereafter at the following theatres:

February 22nd: NYC theatrical release at Elinor Bunin

March 1st: Boston theatrical release at The Brattle

A slow-burn character study-turned-psychosexual thriller, Rubberneck, co-written by Karpovsky ("Girls") and Garth Donovan, is a chillingly believable story of workplace romance gone wrong. It co-stars Jaime Ray Newman and Dennis Staroselsky and was produced by Michael Bowes, Garth Donovan, and Adam Roffman.

Synopsis:

Paul Harris is a scientist at a small research facility on the outskirts of Boston. After a weekend tryst with Danielle, an attractive and promiscuous co-worker, »

- The Woman In Black

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