Posted on Monday, August 19th, 2013 by Russ Fischer
One of the biggest buzz films at Sundance this year was a black and white super-indie that charted one man’s downward spiral into madness.
Not the most unusual subject matter for a Sundance film, but Escape From Tomorrow has a very unusual hook. The feature debut from director Randy Moore takes place in a Disney theme park, and was shot inside Disney properties in Anaheim and Orlando, with no permission from the company. Furthermore, the lead character’s crazed state leads him to stalk a two teen girls, and features some full-on nightmare hallucinations of Disney characters. It’s fuel for Disney corporate nightmares.
Many people thought that Escape From Tomorrow would never see release because of the Disney connection, but now it has a release date set for October of this year. Read More »