Scott Friend’s ‘To The Moon’ – Official Trailer Released by 1091 Pictures

To The Moon is a new psychological thriller from young director Scott Friend. The official trailer has been released by 1091 Pictures, and To The Moon which stars Friend, Will Brill (The OA 2016, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 2017), and Madeleine Morgenweck (The Dark End of the Street 2020), will be released on VOD September 20, 2022 in the U.S, Canada, Ireland, U.K, Australia, and New Zealand. To The Moon is produced by Cate Smierciak (Zia Anger’s My Last Film 2017), Everett Hendler (Satan and Adam 2019, The Dark End of the Street 2020), Stephanie Randall, David Formentin (The Eyes of My Mother 2016) and Gabriel Wilson.

A weekend of healing for a young married couple is upended by the unexpected arrival of an estranged family member.

Watch the official trailer for the highly anticipated To The Moon below:


To The Moon follows Dennis and Mia, a young couple who find their weekend retreat becomes a hallucinatory nightmare when Dennis’ estranged brother Roger arrives and begins to distort their senses. 

A dysfunctional family study by way of psychological, psychedelic thriller that plays out under the weight of addiction and takes its three leads to darkly funny lows, the film takes the trope of the uninvited house guest and turns it into a metaphor for the fallout of trauma on the relationship between a young couple.  

Another capture from To The Moon


To The Moon has already made its premiere at the 2021 NIGHTSTREAM Film Festival and will also be on the big screen for a special screening one night only September 19, 2022, at Nitehawk Williamsburgh, in Brooklyn, New York.

To the Moon is brilliantly creative and funny… Subliminal in its delivery of these excellent performances and underhanded themes. Will Brill’s performance is memorable, as one of the best and most original performances of the year.” – Juli Cabot, Adventures in Poor Taste 

“A lithe, powerful little film… Guaranteed to get under your skin.” – Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, AWFJ Women on Film

“A thrilling fever dream from a promising new director.” – Cass Clark,

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