’30 Miles From Nowhere’ Heads to Shudder in August

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There’s going to be another opportunity for anyone who hasn’t had the chance to watch 30 Miles From Nowhere. The comedy-thriller indie film, written by Seana Kofoed and directed by Caitlin Koller, is headed for Shudder!

30 Miles From Nowhere follows a group of five college friends who reunite in rural Wisconsin for their friends’ funeral. The event takes a scary turn when strange things begin to happen, and the group finds themselves fighting for their lives to survive through the night. The movie stars Carrie Preston, Rob Benedict, Seana Kofoed, Marielle Scott, Cathy Shim, and William Smillie.

Streaming of the film was limited to services like Amazon Prime and Vimeo, but it was announced on their Twitter account that it is headed to Shudder on August 24.

Shudder is a streaming platform that focuses on horror, thriller, and suspense genres and contains originals, movies, TV series, podcasts, and live streaming events. You can check out Shudder here and get a subscription.

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