River City Panic Trailer

River City Panic Trailer (2015)

"Never Leave Your Basement" 01 March 2015 Horror, Comedy 65 mins

In the small town of Ottawa, Illinois, where a rumor can spread like the plague and nobody's business is their own, six friends decide to change their weekly routine of watching movies in the basement and talking shit, to go out for a night on the town. On most nights this wouldn't be that taxing. But tonight isn't most nights. With rumors of the police commissioner's alleged disappearance circulating, and the mayor enacting a strict curfew, it doesn't take long for things to spiral out of control and the whole town to go mad. Is it just hysteria? Is it a curse? Is it Abraham Lincoln's fault? Nobody knows. But for the gang, only one thing is certain. They should have NEVER left the basement.

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Cast

Gina Palmer

as Beverly Swell

Emily Swain

as Riley

Tyler Amm

as Richard

Ashley Keegan

as Kennedy

Orion Lovell

as Darren

Alex Dittmer

as Chief Hicks

Kelly Johnson

as Mayor Webster

Marc Wilkinson

as High School Crowd Guy (voice)

Crew

Tyler Amm

Director

Virginia Campbell

Virginia Campbell Script Supervisor

International Releases Dates

United States 01 March 2015

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