Ohhh, Look…First 12 Minutes of Indie Flick 'Sound Of My Voice' – UPDATED

On Tuesday Fox Searchlight offered the first 2 minutes of their creepy new film Sound of My Voice and some of you probably wondered what about 120 seconds of footage was worth posting. Well first off, it was void of any credits so it was a full 2 minutes of material. Beyond that, it was really enticing/creepy and left off right when you wanted to know more. Well today you’re in luck as the studio has given us the first 12 minutes.

For those unfamiliar with it, the official synopsis reads: Peter and Lorna, a couple and documentary filmmaking team, infiltrate a mysterious group led by an enigmatic young woman named Maggie. Intent on exposing her as a charlatan and freeing the followers from her grip, Peter and Lorna start to question their objective and each other as they unravel the secrets of Maggie’s underworld.

Sounds a little like Red Lights with a Red State vibe but still, how can you not watch after that huh? Have a look for yourselves! Oh and make sure click WATCH FULLSCREEN or check out this link to the film’s official site

Sound of My Voice is directed Zal Batmanglij and stars Christopher Denham and Nicole Vicius as “the couple”It seems reminiscent of the trailer to Catfish but, despite how that movie turned out, this seems like it will actually turn out as weird as it’s hinting. These first 12 minutes comprise chapter 1 of this story’s 10 chapters. What does that mean? 120 minute movie? Something else? Who knows but after Tuesday’s 2 minute clip and 10 more today I’m hooked and am eager, if morbidly curious, to see how this turns out.

Sound of My Voice is set for limited release this Spring on April 27th, 2012. Whaddya think? You creeped out? Anyone like what this 12 minute clip had to offer??


  • Andrew Crump

    Britt Marling wrote this, and while I’m a bit turned off by the generally negative reaction to Another Earth (not enough to not want to check it out for myself, of course), this looks really, really intriguing. I wonder how much the cult conceit will resonate today– we haven’t had a David Koresh or a Marshall Applewhite for a long time, after all, though I suppose one could argue that Harold Camping comes pretty close. Maybe no one died because of his nonsense, but a lot of lives were ruined over his insanity and greed.

    I want to see the rest of the film now.