We’ve got the exclusive first trailer for Outlander star Sophie Skelton’s new horror movie Stalker – which you can watch above – ahead of its world premiere next month at FrightFest.
The atmospheric horror follows Rose Hepburn (played by Skelton), a young actress who has returned to her empty hotel during a stormy, rainy night.
When she uses an old freight elevator to go to her room, it jolts to a halt on the 12th floor, leaving her trapped with an unusual stranger.
Rose has no phone signal amid the storm, and tensions escalate further when she learns that the mysterious man she’s stuck with is camera operator Daniel Reed (played by BAFTA winner Stuart Brennan), who appears to be obsessed with her.
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The trailer shows Daniel introducing himself to Rose in the elevator, as he says to her: “Do you know, Rose Hepburn, I’ve seen you. I’ve followed you… I’ve followed your career.”
Rose then panics when the elevator comes to a stand-still and she realises she’s stuck with her potential stalker.
Afterwards, Daniel can be seen getting close into her personal space and tormenting her in the enclosed elevator. “Where did all the people go?,” he whispers in her ear in a sing-song voice as she visibly flinches.
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We then see various different shots in black and white and red, blood spattered on the floor, a knife, a shot of the WWE wrestler Bret Hart’s character and then finally, Rose covered in blood.
What does it all mean? You’ll have to wait to find out…
Skelton is known for playing Brianna in popular historical drama Outlander, which stars Caitríona Balfe and Sam Heughan.
Stalker has its World Premiere at FrightFest on 28th August 9.05pm at the Prince Charles Cinema, London. Tickets can be purchased here.
The movie will be released on DVD and digital in the UK on October 10 through Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment.
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