Woodhaven Production Co. and Verdi Productions, producers of the horror film “Self-Storage,” have released the movie’s first trailer. Due out this summer, the graphic, two-minute snippet is the public’s first glimpse into the mayhem that occurs during the thriller.
The production companies previously announced the film will be available to viewers through Universal Pictures’ international video-on-demand (VOD) platform beginning July 2. VOD will make the film accessible to more than 100 million homes.
"This is one of the best films I have ever been involved with, and the trailer reflects this," said Chad A. Verdi, one of the movie’s producers. "It's a great feeling to be able to reach over 100 million homes with a national VOD release like this film will have. It's truly a filmmaker’s dream come true."
“Self-Storage” stars Eric Roberts, Jonathan Silverman and Michael Berryman. It was directed by lead actor Tom DeNucci and shot in East Greenwich, R.I. DeNucci plays Jake, a night watchman at a highly secured self-storage facility. Jake’s friends are home from college and looking to party, so he invites them to his work to indulge in a night of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. However, the characters stumble upon a covert black-market operation and find themselves trapped in an evening of pure terror.
Eliza Roberts and professional wrestlers Tommy Dreamer and Thea Trinidad also appear in the film.
The trailer is explicit and can be viewed on DreadCentral.com.