DVD Release Dates For Indie Horror SKEW

Almost a year ago to the day I posted a review for the indie psychological horror film SKEW from Canadian director Sevé Schelenz. It was an unsettling, entertaining and engaging film which I enjoyed immensely.
Now this week I've just received a press release detailing some release dates for the film both on dvd and iTunes. Head on down below for the details and check out my review for the film here and make sure you take a look at the trailer below as well.

From the press release:

Independent Horror Feature Film SKEW will be released on DVD on Redbox in the U.S.A. on March 12th, 2013 and iTunes April 2nd, 2013.
 The psychological horror feature SKEW has been described as “Truly unnerving” (Rogue Cinema), “A terrifying movie” (Arrow In The Head) and “Paranormal Activity on steroids” (Australia’s A Night of Horror International Film Festival).
 SKEW follows three close friends who head out on an eagerly anticipated road trip with video camera in hand to record their journey.  What starts out as a carefree adventure slowly becomes a descent into the ominous as unexplained events threaten to disrupt the balance between them.  One by one they must struggle with personal demons and paranoia as friendships are tested and gruesome realities are revealed…and recorded.

 And the Cult Hit SKEW will be released on DVD in Japan on April 5th, 2013.
 Before such box office hits as Paranormal Activity (2007), Cloverfield (2008), and Quarantine (2008), writer/director Sevé Schelenz brought SKEW, his first feature film, to camera in 2005.  Within the same vein as The Blair Witch Project, Schelenz creates a first-person account in psychological horror that will keep audiences on edge until its revealing conclusion.
 SKEW has been accepted in over 50 festivals, won several awards including “Best Feature” (Nevada Film Festival), “Best Director” (Late Night Horror Film Festival) and “Indy Spirit Award” (Horrorfest).  The film has received great reviews and found distribution in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Germany, Malaysia, Russia and Japan.

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