RLJE Films and Shudder’s horror film Lucky is now available on VOD, digital and DVD. Directed by Natasha Kermani, the film stars Brea Grant, who also wrote the script, as a self-help author tormented by a killer. “Life takes a sudden turn for May (Grant), a popular self-help book author,...
Heroes and Dexter star Brea Grant's latest movie, Lucky, centers on a successful self-help author who finds herself stalked by an unstoppable, unkillable slasher in the vein of Michael Myers or Jason Voorhees. The masked, wordless killer appears early in the movie, and May (Grant) wakes up, gets some household items to defend herself with, and follows her husband Ted (Dhruv Singh) down the stairs. After they have dispatched the killer, Ted drops a bomb on May: this guy shows up every night to try and kill her, and Ted usually just sends him on his way without waking her.
It was recently announced that Blumhouse and EPIX have joined forces for eight original horror/thrillers, and another one of those projects has been announced this afternoon. This one is titled Tattered Hearts, and THR reports that Katey Sagal (“Married With Children,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “The Conners”) will be leading the cast of the thriller.
As reported by Fangoria, Brea Grant and Ed Dougherty have optioned the rights to the horror novella The Atrocities, by Jeremy C. Shipp, as the first move as part of their newly launched joint venture, SQUIRREL PARK. Grant is set to direct while she and Dougherty will co-write the big-screen adaptation.
As reported by Fangoria, Brea Grant and Ed Dougherty have optioned the rights to the horror novella The Atrocities, by Jeremy C. Shipp, as the first move as part of their newly launched joint venture, SQUIRREL PARK. “I have been a fan of Jeremy’s work for a number of years...
Brea Grant (After Midnight, Lucky) and Ed Dougherty are launching a new production company titled Squirrel Park, we’ve learned, and first up from the duo is a planned adaptation of the award-nominated horror novella The Atrocities by author Jeremy C. Shipp. Squirrel Park has optioned the rights to the novella,...
There may be no one in independent horror having more of a moment right now than Brea Grant. As an actor, she starred in one of the best horror movies of 2020, After Midnight, and now The Stylist, already one of the best horror movies of 2021. As a writer, she’s responsible for Lucky (in which she also stars), an ambitious and inventive horror film about female fear that’s now available to stream on Shudder. As writer and director, she’s responsible for 12 Hour Shift, a bloody black comedy starring Angela Bettis as a drug-addicted nurse caught up in an organ harvesting scheme that goes bad; it was one of 2020’s best movies, full stop. The lesson from all of this? Give Brea Grant the keys to everything.
Acclaimed Surreal Thriller LUCKY Comes to Shudder March 4th – Directed by Natasha Kermani & feat. Brea Grant 🔪🍀
ACCLAIMED SURREAL SLASHER LUCKY HITS SHUDDER IN ONE WEEK. Life takes a sudden turn for May, a popular self-help book author, when she finds herself the target of a mysterious man with murderous intentions. Every night, without fail he comes after her, and every day the people around her barely seem to notice.
Below you’ll find an exclusive clip from Lucky, a horror film headed to Shudder this week. It’s another time-loop movie, with Brea Grant playing a self-help author who finds herself stalked and killed by a masked killer every night – until she takes matters into her own hands. Grant also wrote the film, which was directed by Natasha Kermani and has been making the festival circuit for a few months now.
Every actor looks forward to the day when they can find some consistency, and Brea has been fortunate to have that opportunity arise more than once. Throughout her career, she has been lucky to land several recurring role that has allowed her to become known to viewers all over the world. She got her first big break when she was cast as Daphne Milbrook in the TV series Heroes. More recently, she has become well-known for playing Bri in Eastsiders. On top of the success she’s had on the small screen, Brea has also had some movie roles as well, and she has proven that she can light up any kind of screen. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Brea Grant.
From minor guest roles on iconic shows “Friday Night Lights” and “Dexter,” to writing and starring in her own horror film “Lucky,” UT alumna Brea Grant is paving her way toward a robust acting career. Her most recent project, “After Midnight,” recently premiered on streaming service Shudder. The film follows middle-aged Hank (Jeremy Gardner) as he tries to salvage his relationship with Abby (Brea Grant) while a mysterious creature attacks his home each night.
Shudder has shared a trailer for its upcoming new horror-thriller Lucky. The film tells an interesting and surreal home invasion story about a slasher who repeatedly tries to kill a woman in her home. The film centers on May, “a popular self-help book author, when she finds herself the target...
"He keeps coming back… he should be dead!" Shudder has unveiled the official trailer for an indie horror thriller titled Lucky, a surreal slasher home-invasion time loop horror from filmmaker Natasha Kermani. This originally premiered at the Fantasia + FrightFest Film Festivals last year, and stopped by Nightstream - read Zofia's review. A suburban woman named May, a popular self-help book author, fights to be believed as she finds herself stalked by a threatening figure who returns to her house night after night. When she can't get help from those around her, she is forced to take matters into her own hands. Described as "a uniquely nightmarish, darkly funny, and timely slasher, and a thrilling addition to the Final Girl genre." This stars Brea Grant, who also wrote the screenplay, along with Dhruv Uday Singh and Kausar Mohammed. This looks like a good flip on the slasher genre, with Grant kicking ass in the lead performance. Check it out.