The Ice Cream Truck

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The Ice Cream Truck
Directed by Megan Freels Johnston
Produced by Megan Freels Johnston, YuMee Jang and Omid Shamsoddini
Written by Megan Freels Johnston
Starring Deanna Russo, John Redlinger, Emil Johnsen, Hilary Barraford, Jeff Daniel Phillips and Lisa Ann Walter
Music by Michael Boateng
Cinematography Stephen Tringali
Edited by Eric Potter
Country US
Language English

The Ice Cream Truck is an American psychological horror/thriller film, written and directed by Megan Freels Johnston, granddaughter of crime writer Elmore Leonard, and starring Deanna Russo, John Redlinger, Emil Johnsen, Hilary Barraford, Jeff Daniel Phillips and Lisa Ann Walter.[1]

It was released on August 18, 2017.[1] It is produced by Megan Freels Johnston, YuMee Jang and Omid Shamsoddini.[2]

Plot[edit]

Mary (Deanna Russo) moves back to her hometown, and is quickly reminded of the quietude of suburban life. But when her neighbors start to die, she suspects that the culprit might be an odd man who drives a local ice-cream truck in this clever horror comedy.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "'The Ice Cream Truck' Trailer Brings Murder to the Neighborhood". Hollywood Reporter. June 28, 2017. Retrieved July 27, 2017. 
  2. ^ Barton, Steve (July 5, 2017). "The Ice Cream Truck Pulls Up and Hands Out Images". Dread Central. Retrieved July 27, 2017. 

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