Two days ago, the comedy Peepers had its world premiere in San Jose, California during the Cinequest Film Festival and its story was created by Automatic Vaudeville, a Canadian clique made of Seth W. Owen, Mark Slutsky and Daniel Perlmutter.
The story follows a group of voyeurs - or "peepers" (Joe Cobden, Paul Spence and Howard Bilerman) - who like to sneak across rooftops with binoculars at night. Moreover, they have an eye on women. However, an university student (Janine Theriault) plans to give to the "peepers" a taste of their own game. With a plot like that, needless to say that the film's story has been compared to Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window.
The film also stars Jessica Paré, Ricky Mabe and Amy Sobol. The film will also be screened at the Kingston Canadian Film Festival on March 6 and 7. Moreover, Peepers's commercial release will be taking place later this year.