From personal experience, I see that when someone gets married and/or has kids, they wind up gaining a whole new set of friends – people that they might otherwise have never met, or even liked.
When Alex and Emily, a thirtysomething couple with a pre-school aged son, RJ, move from Seattle to Los, RJ makes friends with another boy at a park near their new home. They are approached by the other boy’s father, Kurt (Jason Scwartzman) and find themselves invited to dinner – pizza – that night. Even though they’re not sure what to make of Kurt, with his hipster style and unhipster demeanor, they accept.
While looking for work, a filmmaker sees a curious ad – ‘$1,000 for the day. Filming service. Discretion is appreciated.’ – and decides to give it a shot. His subject turns out to be something other than what he’s represented himself to be. Creepiness ensues.
Creep is a co-production of The Duplass Brothers (Cyrus, Jeff Who Lives at Home) and Blumhouse Productions (Paranormal Activity, Insidous) and stars writer/director Patrick Brice (The Overnight) and Mark Duplass (Safety Not Guaranteed, Togetherness).
In what has to be a first, Creep will be released on both iTunes (June 23rd) and Netflix (July 14th). For more, follow the jump.