River Miller, a mentally unstable actor haunted by the past, moves to Hollywood to start his life over, only to find his inner demons are inescapable.

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Samaire Armstrong ... Brooke
Anna Luca Biani Anna Luca Biani ... Ivy (as Anna Gurji)
Matt Cohen ... Matt
Kyan DuBois Kyan DuBois ... Wulfric
Maetrix Fitten ... Randy Allen
Bailey Gaddis Bailey Gaddis ... Lexie
Alberto Jorrin Alberto Jorrin ... Bartender
Gary Kohn ... Actor
Jillian Murray ... Jordana
Mandy Musgrave ... June
Tommy O'Reilly Tommy O'Reilly ... River Miller
Connor J. Smith ... James
Brieanna Steele Brieanna Steele ... Liz
Brittany Werner Brittany Werner ... Secretary
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River Miller, a mentally unstable actor haunted by the past, moves to Hollywood to start his life over, only to find his inner demons are inescapable.

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Mystery | Thriller

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Not Rated
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Something Wicked
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My Review Of "Windsor Drive"
27 September 2015 | by ASouthernHorrorFanSee all my reviews

The cast is amazing, young-hot-hipster, ultra indie, retro posh actors/models that your so pretty on screen it is almost intimidating. The scenes and character development is framed beautifully with moments of David Lynch-esque drama and character interactions. The cinematography is is so well done that it is painfully obvious that the talent is beyond seasoned. Natalie Bible's direction is so wonderfully surreal and elevated that you leave "Windsor Drive" lost in a haze of having just finished some high concept performance art exhibition. These are also the things within this film that cripple the overall experience of enjoying "Windsor Drive" as just a "movie-goer".

The staging of the scenes, the high art cinematography that permeates almost every scene, the hipster-trendy, new-young- Hollywood thing, all just seem too much and ultimately take away from the story that desperately tries to be told here. Now don't get me wrong, I have most of these actors/models in several "f**kable/hottie" folders on Pinterest, this whole art film subgenre in suspense thriller is like candy to my eyes, but I would be remiss not to point out that "Windsor Drive" plays out like a weird blend of performance art-music video, and fashion print ad/ultra trendy perfume commercial. These aren't necessarily bad things to have visually entertaining your audience, but they should never over- shadow the story, the story should be the star, and in all honesty it isn't in "Windsor Drive".

Now for the trivial, but all important stuff, that for me as a basic bitch, horror fan, does or doesn't show up in the film. The special effects are non-existent beyond some clever, creative videography gimmicks common in the trade. There is no real "follow through" on the obviously hinted at death/murder/kill stuff. A splash of blood here or there, suggested moments of cruelty and psychotica, but nothing that would pull in your average thriller fan. On the plus side-and it is a big plus, actually many, many plus's. The soundtrack is indie-urban, young, and killer. It plays a major role in creating atmosphere, mood, and emotion within these scenes and the overall effect on the film. Then there is the delicious and gorgeous Matt Cohen-probably the hottest young hunk in Hollywood today! Throw in the uber-fierce femme fatale, Samaire Armstrong, and the dapper, sexy-cool Kyan DuBois- OMG! Those items alone have me sold on "Windsor Drive". Overall the film is stellar as an avant- garde, super trendy art film with cult cinema flare, but it will disappoint with the thriller/suspense, story- driven audience.


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Country:

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English

Release Date:

28 August 2015 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$2,160, 30 August 2015

Gross USA:

$3,256

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$3,256
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