Psychological Thriller ‘Screwdriver’ Arrives on VOD This November


Are you ready for a cinematic experience that will keep you on the edge of your seat? Look no further. ‘Screwdriver,’ the latest psychological thriller, is hitting Video on Demand (VOD) on November 10th.

Directed by Cairo Smith, this is his first dive into the world of full-length films. It’s a tale that promises suspense, paranoia, and unexpected turns. It revolves around Emily, played by the talented AnnaClaire Hicks. If you’re anything like me, you’ll find yourself lost in the story, wondering what’s real and what’s a twisted play of the mind.

The plot? After being hit by a divorce, 33-year-old Emily, originally from Nebraska, returns to California. All she has is a suitcase. And here’s where things take a strange turn. She finds shelter with an old high school buddy and his wife, a pharmacologist. This couple, with no children of their own, welcomes her warmly. But is everything as it seems? The warm welcome soon spirals into a world of manipulation, betrayal, and what seems like a plot straight out of a cult. Emily’s days start to merge, and she’s caught in a whirlwind of events that make her question everything.

Now, the exciting part is you can catch this rollercoaster of a movie on various platforms. From Prime Video to Vudu, Vubiquity, Cox, and Comcast – it’s going to be available nationwide. And trust me, this isn’t just another movie. ‘Screwdriver’ has already made a mark in the festival circuit. It premiered at the Dances with Films in Los Angeles and has been showcased in film festivals like the SOHO International Film Festival and NYC Independent Film Festival.


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So, as the days get colder and you find yourself reaching for a blanket and a good movie to watch, remember ‘Screwdriver.’ It promises chills, thrills, and a deep dive into the human psyche. Mark your calendars for November 10th, grab some popcorn, and prepare for a ride. I know I’ll be watching. Will you? Let us know in the comments below!

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