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Vertigo Films have released the brand new trailer for their new movie, Guinea Pigs. Director Ian Clark is looking to put his own personal stamp on this increasingly popular found footage genre. The micro-budget film is an atmospheric horror about volunteers fighting for their lives after a drug trial goes wrong. Based from what we see in the trailer, It looks like a mix between Paranormal Activity, 28 Days Later and The Grudge. The film stars Alex Reid, Chris Larkin, Steve Evets, Jack Doolan, Amit Shah and Aneurin Barnard and is scheduled for release in the UK next year. Thanks to Dread Central for the find.
Vertigo Films have just sent us the brand new trailer for their new movie, Guinea Pigs. Guinea Pigs is directed by Ian Clark and stars Alex Reid, Chris Larkin, Steve Evets, Jack Doolan, Amit Shah and Aneurin Barnard. I love the way this trailer (and possibly the movie) has been shot, mixing it up with CCTV cameras. It looks a little bit like a mix between Paranormal Activity, 28 Days Later and The Grudge.
We don’t have an official release date as yet but we know it’ll be released 2011.
Synopsis: Eight volunteers find themselves fighting for their lives when a drug trial goes horribly wrong.
- David Sztypuljak
Here's a horror that might be on to something. After all, scary stuff scares people, and doctors scare people, so putting the two together as Guinea Pigs does might just result in something proper unsettling - and certainly this teaser trailer suggests that it's going to walk on the terrifying side.While this all looks a bit Paranormal Activity at the moment, the set-up - volunteers for a medical experiment find things going weird - is sufficiently different that the finished product should be its own beast.The film, written and directed by Ian Clark, is due out in the UK sometime in 2011. It stars Alex Reid, Chris Larkin and Steve Evets. »
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