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Spiral

Country: Canada, Language: English, 90 mins

  • Director: Kurtis David Harder
  • Writer: Colin Minihan; John Poliquin
  • Producer: Chris Ball; Kurtis David Harder; Colin Minihan; John Poliquin

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In 1995, gay couple Malik and Aaron move from Chicago to small-town America with their teenage daughter, but there’s something unnerving about their overly friendly new neighbours.

After someone breaks in and spray-paints homophobic graffiti on their wall, and he witnesses a strange party next door, Malik is forced to reckon with past traumas as he tries to prove Rusty Creek is not what it seems. But how far is he willing to go to unravel the truth and protect his family, as his own life begins to spiral out of control?

Featuring a star-making performance from Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman (UnREAL, American Horror Story), and co-written by Colin Minihan (writer-director of What Keeps You Alive), Spiral is a spine-tingling exploration of what people will do in the name of fear and prejudice. A chilling and timely addition to the queer horror canon about the dangers of not learning from the past.


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Cast & Characters

Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman as Malik
Ari Cohen as Aaron
Jennifer Laporte as Kayla
Lochlyn Munro as Marshal
Chandra West as Tiffany
Ty Wood as Tyler
Thomas Elms as Matthew
Paul McGaffey as Mr. Reinhart
David LeReaney as Charles Darrylson
Darius Willis as Young Malik
Aaron Poole as Liam
Darius Savon as Young Malik
Megan Tracz as Jessica
Jasmine Nagy as Sammy
Lara Taillon as Sarah