Every year, several million single women in America move into an apartment. They don’t know who lived in the apartment before them, they don’t know their landlords, and they don’t bother to change the locks.
This is the story of one such woman¦
That’s the promo for the newest landlord tenant horror film, The Resident, set for official release on March 11.
After separating from her adulterous husband, the beautiful and young Dr. Juliet Devereau moves to Brooklyn, NY and settles into a new life in a stunning and spacious loft apartment that seems too good to be true. Mysterious occurrences lead her to suspect she is not alone in her home and quickly her fears become all too real. In a chilling revelation, she discovers her seemingly charming, young landlord, Max, has developed a dangerous obsession with her. Unknown to both of them, Max suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder.
A terrifying game of cat and mouse ensues as Juliet is forced to fight and free herself from Max’s increasingly sinister intentions.
Needless to say the story is not based in reality, but it does promise to deliver 91 minutes of seat-squirming discomfort — hopefully the same amount of time it will take tenants to forget about it. But don’t be surprised if they look at renting a little differently from now on…
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