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CAST & CREW TALK SXSW SELECTED PULSE-POUNDING CRIME SHOCKER ‘DEAD MAIL’

Posted on: March 8th, 2024

The hunt for truth begins in the dark corners of the post office in Dead Mail, the upcoming psychological thriller from co-directors Joe DeBoer and Kyle McConaghy (BAB). This pulse-pounding film promises to shock and surprise audiences when it premieres at SXSW this Saturday, March 9th.

Co-written and co-directed by DeBoer and McConaghy, the film follows Jasper, a seasoned “dead letter” investigator tasked with decoding messages gone astray. But when a blood-stained plea arrives on his desk, Jasper finds himself tangled in a mystery beyond the sorting aisles. A strange man named Trent who takes up residence at the men’s home where Jasper lives seems to hold the key, especially when he unexpectedly shows up at Jasper’s workplace with a vested interest in the note.

The film stars Sterling Macer, Jr. (Where the Crawdads Sing), John Fleck (Waterworld), Susan Priver (Scalper), Micki Jackson (“Drumline: A New Beat”), Tomas Boykin (3 From Hell), and Nick Heyman (Ambush).

Ahead of this weekend’s world premiere of Dead Mail we caught up with Sterling Macer, John Fleck, Joe DeBoer and Kyle McConaghy to find out all about their pulse-pounding suspense shocker that is sure to shock and surprise this year’s festivalgoers.

Words: Howard Gorman

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