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PRESS RELEASE: Room 203

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Room 203

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Plot & Production: Lifelong friends are forced to survive in their new home, based on Nanami Kamon’s J-Horror novel.
Ammo Inc, (Japan), Ammo Entertainment (US), and Vertical Entertainment are announcing Room 203, with a limited engagement in theaters as well as a release on VOD on April 15th.
 Such theaters include The Kent Theater (NYC), Emagine Chatham (Chicago), and American Cinemas (Ft. Worth & Dallas)
It is available nationwide on the following platforms: iTunes, Prime Video, DirectTV, Time Warner, Cox, Dish, Vudu, and Google Play. 

CREATIVES.

 

Room 203 introduces us to the following cast members: Rising talent, Francesca Xuereb (“Swipe Night”, “SEAL Team”, “The Sex Lives of College Girls”), Viktoria Vinyarska (“The Real Drakoolvas”, Highway To Havasu), and Eric Wiegand (Hulu’s “Outsiders”, Boys Will Be Bastards).
Written by: Ben Jagger

Starring: Francesca Xuereb and Viktoria Vinyarska.

Release: VOD/Limited Theaters 04/15/2022

 

Room 203: Ammo Inc. and Ammo Entertainment are producing, as well as Ben Jagger is directing. John Poliquin, Jagger, and Nick Richey adapt the screenplay from Nanami Kamon’s Japanese novel.
Producers are Ammo Entertainment’s Annmarie Sairrino and Ammo Inc.’s Moeko Suzuki, alongside Kat McPhee, Ben Anderson, and Eric Gibson. Babacar Diene and Mashio Takeda served as executive producers and Ty Whittington-Scott co-produced. – Official PR. 
On stepping into the director’s chair, Jagger shared:
“At the emotional core of this story, the characters are dealing with guilt and are trying to find redemption for past and present mistakes that fracture the foundations of friendship, family, and love.
When I began making this movie, it was always my hope that the audience would be invested by the emotional drama of the story and that the horror would serve as amplification for the conflict that these characters are going through in their daily lives.
I grew up on the ’70s and 80’s horror movies and there was just something unsettling about the tone and aesthetic of the horror films from those eras.
In my experience, every director on their independent project is faced with a plethora of challenges that force them to become a better filmmaker in the process.
Working on Room 203 will always be special to me because of the people who banded together during an uncertain time where the world seemed stuck with no sense of direction, yet we made it happen from our shared love of making movies.”