The Neighbor is the latest horror/thriller from writing duo Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. Marcus and Patrick are known for The Collector, Saw IV, Saw V, and Saw VI. Based on the trailer, The Neighbor looks very promising. The Salt Company International’s website describes The Neighbor as “an edge of your seat thriller combining the voyeuristic thrills of Disturbia with the jaw dropping tension of Wolf Creek.”
Based on the trailer, the film seems very promising. I really like the mask and the artwork released so far. I can’t wait to catch this on DVD, Digital HD, or On Demand when it is released on September 6, 2016.
Check out the trailer below:
Written by: Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton
Director: Marcus Dunstan
Producers: Brett Forbes, Patrick Rizzotti
Cast: Josh Stewart, Alex Essoe, and Bill Engvall
John (Josh Stewart) is living in Cutter, Mississippi with his girlfriend Rosie (Alex Essoe). They have one neighbor Troy (Bill Engvall), who is creepy as hell. One day Rosie looks through the telescope in their living room and is shocked to spy Troy in his yard chasing an injured man who he brutally clubs to the ground. She is even more shocked when Troy turns and appears to look straight at her.
Later that evening John returns home to find that Rosie is gone. Seeing that no bags have been packed nor money taken, John senses that something is wrong. But when he spots the telescope pointing at Troy’s house he puts two and two together, and resolves to break in next door to see if he can find her.
But John could never prepare for the night to come. For in the basement of Troy’s house he finds hell on earth. Prisoners kept in cages….and just when he thinks it couldn’t get any worse he discovers that Rosie is Troy’s latest captive…
Run Time: 84 minutes
Rating: Not Rated