ReBroken is a 2023 American supernatural horror film about a grieving father who receives recordings from a mysterious stranger that allows him to communicate with his recently deceased daughter.
Directed and co-produced by Kenny Yates from a screenplay written by co-producer Kipp Tribble from a story by co-producer Scott Hamm Duenas. Executive produced by Brad Kerr, Bobby Patel, Patrick Rivera and Richard Siegelman.
The KAYJ Entertainment-MRP Entertainment-Toni Nycole Productions-Trick 6 Films co-production stars Tobin Bell (Saw franchise), Scott Hamm Duenas (Evil at the Door), Kipp Tribble, Alison Haislip, Nija Okoro, Kenny Yates, Richard Siegelman, Blake Koren and Billy Walker.
ReBroken will premiere on Digital platforms on March 7 via Gravitas Ventures.
Will is a devastated father who spends his time between court-ordered grief counselling drinking himself into oblivion. He repeats the cycle of despair every day with no plans to stop until he meets a mysterious stranger who gives him some old vinyl recordings.
After Will listens to the records, he suddenly starts receiving messages from his recently deceased daughter. As the communications from his daughter grow more and more frequent, Will becomes convinced that these recordings hold the answer to bringing his daughter back from the dead.
However, just as he is closing in on the truth, Will starts to suspect that his counselling group has ulterior motives. After the stranger disappears, he races against time to find him so he can get the last recording, or his chance to bring his daughter back might be gone forever…
“It’s not an expected film and it really tries something unique and interesting. The idea of records of meditations unlocking the beyond is a really solid one. There’s also the push and pull of the group, as Bryan (Tribble), pushes Will to embrace their teachings and work toward recovery.” B&S About Movies
“A pretty and enjoyably unusual thriller with supernatural undercurrents that profits from its labyrinthine script full of twists and turns, that keeps one guessing, and that doesn’t give its resolution away until the finale, even if there are plenty of clues throughout. But however confusing at times, the film’s script is also well enough structured to really push the story along in an engaging manner…” Search My Trash
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