Published Sep 10, 2012In addition to playing in Dog Day, singer Seth Smith has a penchant for filmmaking. Back in July, his surreal horror flick Lowlife premiered in Montreal, and we can now bring you a new trailer for the movie.
Smith directed and co-wrote the film, and Dog Day co-produced it, along with Halifax's Divorce Records, Fun Dog Records and Yorodeo. Additionally, Divorce curated the soundtrack and rounded up tracks from the likes of Grouper, Black Mold, Burzum, Pierre Bastien, Jerry Granelli, the Opponents, My Cat Is an Alien and Pulse Emitter.
Lowlife's Facebook page describes the Nova Scotia-shot film as "the surreal tale of one woman's quest to outlast a living drug." Watch the new trailer, which is a little gross and extremely eerie, below.
The film's hometown premiere will take place at the the Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax this Friday (September 14) at Parklane Empire Theatres.