David Bruckner, a Georgia-born filmmaker and ATLFF alum behind films like "The Signal" and "V/H/S," returns to Atlanta next week for his latest, "Southbound."
A new anthology horror film, "Southbound" sees Bruckner teaming up with Roxanne Benjamin, Patrick Horvath & Radio Silence (several members of the team that created the "V/H/S" series) for five interconnected tales of terror that unfold along the length of an endless desert highway. Famed film critic Richard Roeper has called the film "one of the smartest and scariest movies in recent memory."
"Southbound" premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and is released nationwide this month. Next Friday, February 12th, the film debuts in Atlanta. Linda Burns hosts a Q&A with Bruckner in attendance at the 7:30 PM screening.