In the horror-Thriller „Tell Me How I Die“ allow some students to a drug experiment with devastating side effects. Because as soon as they are in the test phase, they are suddenly plagued by visions, show them the future - a, the all heralds death. the PANIC can not be long in coming, because gradually turns out, that they are not fantasies but to actually arriving at the supposed visions Premonitions. While the survivors try, their look into the future to go out of the way, realize it, that the killer long dwells among them, and also has the ability, to look to the future. And apparently he is the only, the others always a step seems to be ahead. „Tell Me How I Die“ starts on 16. September limited in US cinemas and will be published on the same day on VoD portals. In the leading roles we see newcomer Nathan Kress, Virginia Gardner, Kirby Bliss Blanton, Ryan Higa, Mark Furze, Ethan Peck, Mark Rolston, William Mapother and Christopher Allen.
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