Meet Me There

Cult Classic Release
(2015 to 2020)

Meet Me There

GENRE: HORROR / DRAMA

RUNTIME: 93 MINUTES

STRONG LANGUAGE / NUDITY / VIOLENCE

OFFICIAL MOVIE TRAILER:

SYNOPSIS: A journey of self-discovery becomes a quest for survival as Ada (Lisa Friedrich, Least Favorite Love Songs) and Calvin (Micheal Foulk, Zero Charisma) encounter the darkness of the past and the unexplainable evil of the present in a town where the only visitors are the ones who’ve come to die. Featuring Dustin Runnels (WWE’s Goldust) and Jill Thompson (Scary Godmother), this intense character study and exploration of sexual trauma will have you covering your eyes and keep you guessing until its final minutes.

CAST: Lisa Friedrich, Micheal Foulk, Dustin Runnels, Jayna Hackel

DIRECTED BY: Lex Lybrand

Meet Me There

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MEET ME THERE Charted at #5 on the Top 100 Hot New Releases in Horror at Amazon.com

Meet Me There #5 on Amazon

“There is a looming sense of unease and evil just about everywhere in this film”
—Mark Miller, Ain’t It Cool News

“Runnels, in particular, delivers an amazing performance”
—Dominic Griffin, Deadshirt

“It’s Legitimately Creepy As Sh*t”
—David D, Uproxx Movies

“Lisa Friedrich shines as she portrays the complexity of Ada’s emotions. Runnels is also appropriately disquieting as the creepy Woodward”
—Paul Jaissle, Destroy The Cyborg

“Meet Me There is a state of mind, a feeling, an emotion; not a quick, jolt n’ giggle, tease n’ jump kind of thing. There’s images and moods contained within- lovingly sewn into the movies fabric- that’ll linger long after the credits roll”
—Matty Budrewicz, UK Horror Scene

“Ada and Calvin feel like complete, compelling, realistic people, an actual lived-in couple with history, not just blank murder fodder for horrid situations. Friedrich and Foulk really shine and have an excellent chemistry together”
—Alex Quinn, Hitsville

I’m giving Meet Me There 4 out of 4 cigars, it’s well put together, the acting is great
—Duane, Rogue Cinema


 

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