We’ve already dipped our toes into the bloody waters of Save Yourself, penning a couple of pieces during the film’s production.

So it seemed only natural to unleash this freshly-released trailer onto our site, which suggests we can expect everything we hoped for from director Ryan M Andrews’ latest.

After all, who wouldn’t be interested in a hardcore opus that not only stars Movie Ramblings fave Jessica Cameron, but also fellow Canadian scream queen Tristan Risk?

Here’s the synopsis:

En route to L.A., director Crystal Lacroix, along with by-the-numbers producer Dawn Summerville, neurotic writer Lizzy Miller, and star sisters Kim and Sasha Tobin, are riding high after a successful screening of their new horror film. But when Crystal goes missing at a rest stop, their mood suddenly changes. The others, splitting up to search for Crystal, spot an isolated farmhouse and enlist the help of its owners, quickly discovering that appearances are not always what they seem. Life imitates art as all five ladies find themselves pitted against a deranged couple hell-bent on using them for their mysterious research. Who will survive and what will be the fate of their ultimate discovery?

Here’s what director Andrews had to say about the project last year:

“I love Jean-Luc Godard’s quote ‘all you need for a movie is a gun and a girl.’ In the same way all you need for a horror is blood and a girl – and we’ve got five girls. It’s definitely going to be fun and sexy, but most importantly the women are not just one-dimensional. There is a lot of depth and development to their characters.

And as a die-hard horror fan, I know just how important this is. It can’t just be another pretty face. There needs to be layers there for anyone to care when that face gets smashed.”

And here’s the all-important trailer:

Save Yourself is scheduled to hit the festival circuit later this year.

About The Author

Simon Fitzjohn

Simon is a journalism tutor in London, who also just happens to be a movie fanatic, with a craving for the darker side of cinema. He has written two books, one on the horror films of director Bob Clark (2014) and the other on the history of the character Norman Bates (2015). His third book, on the work of British exploitation director Pete Walker, is due in 2017.