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Entertainment Weekly has landed the first trailer for CHEAP THRILLS, the E.L. Katz-directed thriller that will premiere this weekend at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas.

The screenplay was penned by Trent Haaga (CHOP) and David Chirchirillo (616: PARANORMAL INCIDENT), and the plot synopsis is as follows:

“Recently fired and facing eviction, the married father of a newborn has his life turned upside down when he meets a wealthy couple who offer a path to financial security…but at a price.”

THE INNKEEPERS‘ Pat Healy and Sara Paxton star alongside Ethan Embry, David Koechner and Amanda Fuller.

Click the image below to watch the trailer over on EW's site.

The directorial debut of E.L. Katz, CHEAP THRILLS debuts at SXSW this coming Friday as part of the festival’s “Midnighters” strand.

Extra Tidbit: CHEAP THRILLS screenwriter Trent Haaga is also the star of the KILLJOY series.
Source: EW

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11:38AM on 03/06/2013
I shall give Cheap Thrills a chance. For one thing, I am a big fan of cheap thrills in movies. All AITH readers are. For another, I am a huge Sara Paxton and Amanda Fuller fan, both for their talent and looks. Although, neither actress has a big role in the trailer. And finally, we all attend wild parties that just go completely to hell. And, that real-life experience has provided many rich premises for some great movies, from the comedic (e.g. Bachelor Party), to the horrifying (e.g. Very Bad
I shall give Cheap Thrills a chance. For one thing, I am a big fan of cheap thrills in movies. All AITH readers are. For another, I am a huge Sara Paxton and Amanda Fuller fan, both for their talent and looks. Although, neither actress has a big role in the trailer. And finally, we all attend wild parties that just go completely to hell. And, that real-life experience has provided many rich premises for some great movies, from the comedic (e.g. Bachelor Party), to the horrifying (e.g. Very Bad Things), to something in-between (e.g. After Hours).
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