Windsor Drive

Windsor Drive

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Windsor Drive explores the disturbed mind of River Miller, a mentally unstable 27 year old, haunted by the death of his girlfriend, Jordana.

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SYNOPSIS

Windsor Drive explores the disturbed mind of River Miller, a mentally unstable 27 year old, haunted by the death of his girlfriend, Jordana. Trapped by the voices and visions in his head, River’s world begins to crumble forcing him to move to new surroundings hoping to calm his demons, but when he moves in with Wulfric and Ivy, two vampy hipsters with an agenda of their own. Everything falls apart and the deaths start again…


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 83 minutes
Format: 1:85
Genre: Thriller
Sound: Dolby SR
Country: USA
Language: English
Website: www.windsordrivemovie.com



AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

“Upside down, in reverse and sometimes both – Windsor Drive”
-Monster Movie App

“Exclusive artwork found on Windsor Drive”
-Dread Central 

The Final Cut video movie review of Windsor Drive
-The Final Cut 

“…the film really shines”
-FanBoy Confidential 

“…beautiful and macabre…”
-A Southern Life in Scandalous Times

“American Psycho meets David Lynch”
-Horror Society 

“Lynchian thriller…”
-MoviePilot 

“…thrilling feature-length debut”
-Knoxville News 

“Natalie Biblé’s… surreal psychological thriller…”
-The Hollywood Reporter

“Trapped by…visions in his head, River’s world begins to crumble.”
-Indiewire 

“Screenwriter T.R. Gough… had “Mulholland Drive” in mind when he wrote this.”
-LA Times 

“Natalie Bible’ and crew set out to create the best damn film they could and they did.”
-Beards and Fears

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Beards and Fears podcast

“Stars expected to be in attendance include:…”
-Splash Magazine 

“a viscerally thrilling ride… Windsor Drive is an epic work of stunning imagery and color and camera angles befitting of Martin Scorsese.”
-Splash Magazines

Interview with Director Natalie Biblè
– ScreenNut.com

“…if this minute-and-a-half trailer is anything to go by… I certainly predict madness, surprises and gripping entertainment along the way.”
– ScreenNut.com

“Director Natalie Bible’ makes her feature-length debut with the hypnotic, Lynchian-looking psychological thriller WINDSOR DRIVE.”
– ScreenRelish.com

“…an intensive, immersively cinematic gem, and one of the best screen depictions of madness I’ve ever seen.”
– HK and Cult Film News