Easily the most heart-wrenching, emotionally draining film I’ve ever seen is Kurt Kuenne‘s devistaing, enraging, but incredible documentary Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father. If you haven’t seen it, head to Netflix or Amazon and watch it now with a big box of tissues. It’ll make the news that comprises the rest of this story even more exciting than it is on its own.

The director of that film has just sold the distribution rights to his follow-up, a low budget sci-fi film called Shuffle, that could be described as a mashup of Memento and Groundhog Day. Coming off a successful festival run, Screen Media Films will release it in theaters and VOD later this summer.

After the jump, read more about the film, watch the trailer and more. Read More »