Chiller Films’ PTSD horror movie Camera Obscura is coming to theaters in June
The very real horrors of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) take on a supernatural sheen in first-time director Aaron B. Koontz’s deep, dark psychological horror movie Camera Obscura, a movie that has echoes of the classic The Twilight Zone episode “The Purple Testament” with more than a dash of Michael Powell’s controversial 1960 thriller Peeping Tom.
Camera Obscura stars Christopher Denham (Billions, Argo), Nadja Bobyleva (Bridge of Spies), Catherine Curtin (Stranger Things, Orange Is the New Black), Chase Williamson (Beyond the Gates) and Noah Segan (The Mind’s Eye, Tales of Halloween).
Synopsis: A veteran war photographer with PTSD sees imminent deaths in his developed photos, questioning his already fragile sanity and putting the lives of those he loves in danger.
Chiller Films will release Camera Obscura to theaters on June 9th with VOD and Digital HD premieres chasing that date on June 13th. We have your exclusive first look at the official and heavily-stylish theatrical poster below. Tell us what you think!