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Exclusive: Trailer For Thriller '7E' Starring Brendan Sexton III, James Russo & Natasha Lyonne

by Kevin Jagernauth
November 4, 2013 10:00 AM
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Next door neighbors can be a source of joy, new friends found thanks to the convenience of addresses, who find their way into the fabric of your life. But they can also be nuisances, the kind of people you'd want to wash out of the fabric of your life. But in the upcoming thriller "7E," they may hold the key to a mystery...

Today, we're unveiling the exclusive trailer for the film, the directorial debut of writer and director Teddy Schenck. Starring Brendan Sexton III, James Russo, Armando Riesco and Natasha Lyonne, the story centers on Clyde (Sexton III), a young man who begins to experience unexplained events inside of a New York apartment surrounding the death of its former tenant. Neighbors and a local bartender may be crucial to Clyde finding the answers he's looking for, but as you'll see in the spot below, the journey to get the bottom of it could be dangerous.

Schenck shot the film digitally on RED and the picture features a score by Billy Martin of jazz/jam band Medeski, Martin & Wood. And you'll be able to snap up that soundtrack via Amulet Records at the same time the film drops on DVD, VOD and digital outlets starting on December 10th. Check out the trailer below.

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  • Anon | December 28, 2013 6:44 PMReply

    Don't waste your time. It went nowhere, and nothing was explained or finished. Awful.

  • Rina | January 1, 2014 8:36 AM

    Thanks! I came here looking to see if I happened to be of lower intellect and didn't actually get wtf the film was about. GTK that others felt the same "dfaq did I just watch" experience!

  • dj | December 30, 2013 4:22 AM

    you are right, and it could have done a bit more: like have some type of point; it could simply have been called 2.5 hours in the life of regular people in 7e.

    i mean, it was able to keep me interested and watch it, but I was looking for something to actually happen. Once it got to last 17mins, and time kept ticking, i was thinking what could happen to actually make this a movie (i.e. a story) in these final minutes. Nothing!

    she moved..jeje

  • Joey | November 7, 2013 10:30 AMReply

    Yeah! Can't wait to see it! I love Natasha Lyonne. She's such a sassy babe.

  • Joshua Thirteen | February 11, 2014 8:42 PM

    True, Aman definitely not a mystery/thriller in a traditional sense, or a thriller of any kind. There are several mysteries, none of them even illuminated, let alone solved in the film. Definately not a story. Definitely not a movie with a plot, or events that are connected to one another, or characters who do things for discernible reasons, or an ending that bears any relation to the prior events, or in which events, feelings or relationships that arise out of what is shown, implied, or deducible. Possibly most of the characters don't actually exist but are only in one of the other character's minds, but if so, it still hasn't got a story to tell.

  • Aman | January 2, 2014 4:20 PM

    I'm not sure people give this a fair shake. I believe the frustration and confusion are meant to align viewer with lead character's perspective and was successful in that respect. It's just not a mystery/thriller in a traditional sense

  • Nick | November 6, 2013 1:06 AMReply

    This is going to be awesome - intensity of actors is incredible.

  • colin bannon | November 4, 2013 11:16 AMReply

    Looks great

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