Mark Duplass is one of the most fascinating guys in Hollywood right now. He and his brother continue to churn out thoughtful dramedies in short amounts of time and are giving first-time TV directors a chance to cut their teeth on Room 104. And he's a pretty darn good actor in small bits like Zero Dark Thirty and leading roles like last year's Blue Jay.
But in all the many projects he's been involved in, this year marks his first sequel. 2014's Creep was an unsettling found footage film starring just Duplass and his co-writer Patrick Brice. This sequel, which IMDb notes is the second in a trilogy, finds Desiree Akhavan (Girls) interviewing Duplass this time, as he spins tales of his sordid past.
The Orchard, which put out the original – as well as Brice's sex comedy gem The Overnight – is putting out the film directly on VOD and digital download on October 24. Netflix will eventually offer it worldwide, but if you want your scares this Halloween, you'll need to check your digital platforms.