Mister Limbo trailer has two strangers waking up in the middle of nowhere

Terror Films has acquired the North American distribution rights for Mr Limboa new comedy horror starring valley girlby Cameron Dye alongside Hugo de Sousa and Vig Norris. The film tells the story of two strangers who wake up in the middle of the desert without remembering anything, including their own name. Are they dead or did they party too hard at Burning Man? Find out what the movie looks like by watching the official trailer below.

The film is directed and written by Robert G. Putka. It is produced by Joseph Albert Battaglia, Vig Norris, Robert G. Putka and Benjamin Measor. Hugo de Sousa, Ern Gerardo, Frank Brown, Mark Reeb and Jennifer Kennedy executive produced. You can read the official login line below.


Two strangers wake up in the middle of the desert without remembering anything – including their names. Are they dead? Or did they just party too much? A heartwarming buddies film – but hopefully also a rumination on existential themes such as regret, cynicism, faith and empathy.

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As Putka explained in a press release, the concept of Mr Limbo came to him after suffering a debilitating depression. He says years of panic attacks and generalized anxiety came to a head just as he was about to release his first feature film, MADin 2016. At the time, he was in a hotel room in Las Vegas when what should have been a moment of vindication turned into the filmmaker’s “personal hell.”

“I had the mother of panic attacks,” he said. “A real nasty thing that lasted at least 5 hours, after which I finally, thankfully, passed out from a heavy dose of Xanax. But during those five hours I alternated pacing the floor and cowering in fetal position on the bed. I felt like I was going to die or at the very least collapse. This panic attack was unlike any other I had encountered and learned to deal with. Back in Cleveland a few days later, the realization that I was far from out of the woods became painfully evident.”

He added: “Five years later, I’m still not completely healed from that experience. I still deal with physical remnants of that low, some of which have become chronic. I also still struggle to keep a mind. healthy, because anxiety is a daily stumbling block to living a “normal” life no matter what. But that said, I’m in a good place spiritually and philosophically. I feel like it’s got me given the kind of clarity needed to take my own crises of faith, fear, and regret, and infuse those insights into a story that I hope is both personal and cathartic because it’s reflective and universal.

In many ways, I’m the same person I was. In some cases, worse. But in some ways, I’m better than I’ve ever been. I definitely have more hope, and that means a lot.”

The Short Version: I made this film after coming out of a tumultuous time in my life,” Putka concludes. it frees us to move on to better things. Maybe it can do the same for others.

Mr Limbo arrives September 2, 2022, courtesy of horror movies.

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