Something in the Dirt Trailer: An Mysterious Thriller Film From Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead

Something in the Dirt Trailer

XYZ Films released the very first trailer for Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s Something in the Dirt. The mysterious little indie sci-fi film follows Two men who witness something impossible in one of their apartments. Terrified at first, they soon realize that this could change their lives and give them a purpose. watch the trailer below.

Directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead from a screenplay written by Justin Benson. The film stars Benson & Moorhead in the lead roles, alongside Sarah Adina Smith, Wanjiru Njendu, Issa Lopez, and Vinny Curran.

Check out the ‘Something in the Dirt‘ poster below.

Something in the Dirt Trailer

Intro from Sundance: “Levi has snagged a no-lease apartment sight unseen in the Hollywood Hills to crash at while he ties up loose ends for his exodus from Los Angeles. He quickly strikes up a rapport with his new neighbor John, swapping stories like old friends under the glowing, smoke-filled skies of the city. One day, Levi and John witness something impossible in one of their apartments. Terrified at first, they soon realize that this could change their lives and give them a purpose. With dollar signs in their eyes, these two random dudes will attempt to prove the supernatural.”

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Something in the Dirt premiered at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival playing in the Next section. Something in the Dirt will hit theaters on November 4th, 2022.

Source: XYZ FILMS

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