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At a Trailer Park, No One Can Hear You Scream: Trailer for ‘You’ll Never Find Me’ Drops

An Australian Horror Set in a Claustrophobic Mobile Home

When a stranger shows up at the door during a storm, it usually doesn’t yield positive results. The horror streaming service Shudder has revealed a haunting trailer for You’ll Never Find Me, playing with this idea within the confines of a claustrophobic mobile home in an abandoned trailer park.

Premiering at the 2023 Tribeca Film Festival, the feature film was also showcased at other notable festivals, including Glasgow, Sitges, Fantastic Fest, Bucheon, and Screamfest. 

IMDb reports that it was nominated for Best Feature at the Adelaide Film Festival (2023), and the Australian Screen Sound Guild (2023) honored it with Best Sound for an Independent Feature Film. In addition, it garnered the Best Musical Score at Screamfest (2023).

According to Bloody Disgusting, writer/director Indianna Bell and Josiah Allen make their feature directorial debut with this latest creation. Moreover, the producers tied to the project include Bell, Allen, Jordan Cowan, and Christine Williams. Furthermore, the talent featured in the film includes Cowan, Brendan Rock, and Elena Carapetis.

‘You’ll Never Find Me’ | Image Credit: IMDb

A Single Night, A Single Location

According to IMDb, the tagline reads: “a psychological thriller-horror on paranoia and gender power dynamics.”

Taking place during one night, the horror unfolds with a man in an isolated trailer park receiving an unexpected visitor—a woman seeking refuge from the storm. The mystery unravels: why did the woman choose that man’s mobile home? Was she merely seeking shelter from the storm, or was it something far more ominous?

Bloody Disgusting reports that David Fincher’s extensive body of work and Tony Basgallop’s TV series Servant played a pivotal role in shaping Bell and Allen’s vision for the claustrophobic, single setting of the suffocating mobile home. The amalgamation of a confined space and the isolation of the two leads creates profound discomfort for the audience. Adelaide, Australia, was the filming location for the chilling environment. 

This Spring, Burgeoning Horror Will Bloom

It will exclusively stream on Shudder on March 22, 2024, defying the conventional expectations of spring with burgeoning horror alongside the familiar sights of bunny rabbits and blooming flowers.

‘You’ll Never Find Me’ | Image Credit: IMDb

You’ll Never Catch Me (2024) Official Shudder Trailer 

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