Lights, camera, massacre.
As a former theater kid, auditioning is incredibly anxiety-inducing and even more so when your next paycheck depends on it. Some actors will go to extraordinary lengths to secure that next job. And sadly, people exploit that for their own gain. The new found footage horror film Audition taps right into that anxiety that someone doesn’t have your best interests in mind.
Here’s the synopsis for Audition:
“Audition is a Docu-Horror / Reality Film, made with footage recently found in a mannequin warehouse in Dallas, Texas. This film has been made with permission and in cooperation with the victims’ families in order to serve as a WARNING to other young women and people in general about meeting people online or on apps—especially if they have something you want or need. In the movie, we follow several young wanna-be starlets auditioning for a “Director” (who was going by the name of David Ashland) in this unique POV Film from the Killer’s Perspective.”
Watch the trailer for Audition below:
It has big Be My Cat vibes of an obsessive filmmaker preying on unsuspecting actresses waiting for their big break. It also has vague The Poughkeepsie Tapes energy which hints at how nasty the film may get.
Audition is now available on VOD.