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An upcoming edgy horror thriller Truth has been making some waves in recent days.
From director J.S. Johnson, the film reportedly attempts to conjure the essence of greats like Hitchock and Polanski and is being referred to as "an experiment in modern horror" and "a look into the darkest parts of human beings".
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An estranged couple on a weekend retreat are pushed further apart when the wife, Becca, becomes romantically fascinated with the journal of the cabin's long-dead former owner.
When the ghost of the old owner appears and reciprocates Becca's feelings, the web of betrayals and untruths between Becca and her husband begins to unravel.
You can check the Truth official website for more details.
So yeah, you know that old saying "The truth shall set you free"? Well, it can. But what they don't tell you is that it can also break, maim, blister, haunt, and drag you through the street until you're reduced to a quivering mass of flesh and shattered bone.
An estranged couple on a weekend retreat are pushed further apart when the wife, Becca, becomes romantically fascinated with the journal of the cabin’s long-dead former owner. When the ghost of the old owner appears and reciprocates Becca’s feelings, the web of betrayals and untruths between Becca and her husband begins to unravel.
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