The new horror thriller film “SiREN” asks the question, “How far off the rails can a bachelor party go?” The answer is pretty far, especially if there’s a predator on the loose. The film follows an apprehensive groom-to-be Jonah (Chase Williamson) whose last hurrah before tying the knot turns nightmarish when he frees a seemingly innocent girl from a supernatural sex club. Her ruthless handler will stop at nothing to recapture his prize, but while Jonah struggles to rescue the girl, he soon discovers that she is a dangerous fabled predator that has chosen him as her mate. “SiREN” co-stars Justin Welborn (“The Final Destination”), Michael Aaron Milligan (“The Last Heist”), Hayes Mercure (“Mascots”), Randy McDowell (“Paranormal Activity”) and Hannah Fierman (“American Hell”). Watch an exclusive clip below.
The film is a feature adaptation of David Bruckner’s short “Amateur Night” from the 2012 horror anthology film “V/H/S,” which IndieWire’s own Eric Kohn gave an A grade, calling it “a 21st-century take on ‘Tales from the Crypt.'” It was written by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, and directed by Gregg Bishop, who previously helmed “Dance of the Dead” and the “Dante the Great” segment in “V/H/S Viral.”
“SiREN” will be released in select theaters on Friday, December 2, and on VOD, Digital HD and DVD on December 6 from Chiller Films.