Filmmakers Suspended From Twitter Over Trailer Image, Interviewed by Jack Posobiec

Images from their horror film got Jen and Sylvia Soska suspended from Twitter as they were in the midst of promoting their film.

  • Jen and Sylvia Soska are twin sisters from Canada who work together as filmmakers, producers, and screenwriters in the horror genre.
  • Their latest film Rabid will be released on August 26 at London’s Fright Fest Film Festival.
  • Twitter suspended their account last week after the sisters tweeted out a link to the trailer for Rabid.

Jen and Sylvia Soska, filmmakers from Canada, were surprised last week when Twitter suspended their account after they tweeted a link to their new horror film Rabid.

The tweet featured an MPAA-approved image from their horror film, and while Twitter suspended their account, the accounts of actual terrorist groups are allowed on Twitter.

OAN reporter Jack Posobiec interviewed the sisters, who described the trouble they had promoting their film in the wake of Twitter suspending their account.

The account for the critically acclaimed documentary An Open Secret tweeted, “Twitter unfairly suspended the account of @twisted_twins last week. Jen & Sylv Soska are critically acclaimed filmmakers. The account was suspended for posting a non-violent @MPAA approved image from the poster for their new film #Rabid@vijaya@jack

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Yvonne Burton