“Built from the roots of Psycho and Frenzy, Wichita is a film
Alfred Hitchcock might make if he were a young director today.”
— Dave Luhrssen, Shepherd Express

“A solid little psycho-thrriller…[that] marks
Justyn Ah Chong and Matthew Ward as filmmakers to watch.”
— Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects

“Tension and suspense to spare…head-and-shoulders above most of the
“killer in the woods” dreck stalking the DVD racks. And it’s deadly fun, too”
— Mark Wingfield, HK and Cult Film News

“Takes twists to another level…With an ending that will leave the entire film
up for discussion, the storyline never lets up for a moment and certainly takes its own demented path with ease.”
— Jeri Jaquin, Movie Maven

“Give Witchita the once over, especially if you dig on the more
psychological side of our beloved fright flicks. It’s well shot,
terrifically acted, and full of suspense throughout”
— Daniel Wilder, That’s Not Current.com

“An off-kilter psycho thriller…Nate Gold’s brooding cinematography is a plus”
— Mark Burger, Yes! Weekly

“A must watch for all indie horror fans”
— Robyn Andrew, Cryptic Rock.com

“One of those rare indie treats that come from out of nowhwere
and punches you right in the gut”
— Brian Shirley, Alien Bee

 

SOMETHING PSYCHO THIS WAY COMES…

A CHILDREN’S TV DIRECTOR SPIRALS INTO INSANITY IN
A DARK PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER FROM
CANDY FACTORY FILMS

WICHITA

One of the Best Reviewed Indie Horror Films on 2017 is AVAILABLE NOW on Digital HD Platforms Including iTunes, Amazon and Google Play

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS-6

Something psycho this way comes in the deep, suspenseful psychological thriller,
WICHITA. When Jeb (Trevor Peterson) leads a writing retreat to Aspen with a team of young writers intending to save his failing kids’ TV show, it becomes a new opportunity for his hidden cameras – and hidden rage.

Directed by Matthew Ward and Justyn Ah Chong, and starring Peterson (Sky), Caitlin Gerard (The Social Network, Magic Mike) and Persia White (“The Vampire Diaries”), WICHITA explores the pain of a modern mass killer on a frighteningly familiar level. As the voyeuristic director struggles to find dignity in a cruel world that has alienated him to the point of no return, this taut, provocative play on the horror genre leads to a disturbing, emotional climax.

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Type: Digital HD (iTunes, Amazon, Google Play)
Running Time: 85 mins.
Rating: N/A
Genre: Horror
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Audio: 5.1 Surround Sound

 

 

 

October 25, 2017 · Posted in Scary Flicks