Critics nationwide are currently praising the shit out of an indie horror film called It Follows. The film released in only four theaters in the United States on March 13 — two locations in Los Angeles and two in New York — and has already garnered $160,089 in revenue during a single weekend. That’s an amazing feat for an indie film playing in only four theaters and made with a $2 million budget.

Well, needless to say, It Follows is finally getting a wider release in the next coming weekends. The initial plan was to have a limited run of the film begin on March 13 and roll out a VOD release March 27, but with all of this critical praise and money racking in (it’s currently the best limited open for a film released in 2015), It Follows will begin playing in roughly 40 different theaters this upcoming weekend, and expanding over 1,000 the weekend after.

Directed by David Robert Mitchell, It Follows revolves around a woman who is haunted by a sexually transmitted curse. Think of it as playing a game of tag with a disgustingly wicked twist. The film stars Maika Monroe, Keir Gilchrist, Lili Sepe, Olivia Luccardi, Jake Weary, and Daniel Zovatto.

Also to be noted: Diasterpeace, chiptune composer of the awesome and innovative video game Fez, created the original score for It Follows. Chiptune and horror? You bet your ass I’m excited to see this film when it gets a wider release! Hear the soundtrack right over at Disasterpeace’s Bandcamp and watch the trailer for It Follows below.

[via Slashfilm]