2 items from 2010
There is very little information on this Canadian shot film, but Die brings viewers a whole new world of horror; well maybe not completely new. The film involves six self-destructive people, who wake up behind bars. Each of their lives depends on a role of the dice and a new trailer is now available for this feature.
There is an expected 2010 release date for this film in Canada. However, there is no further expectation of territory releases, based on today's knowledge. Caramel Films co-produced this title and horror fans can definitely make comparisons between this title and the Saw franchise. Can you see other similarities to other films? Enjoy the trailer inside courtesy of Film-Book.com and QuietEarth.us.
The synopsis for the film is here:
"Six people, each of them is on the road to self-destruction. They wake up in cells in a surreal facility, without knowing how they got there or why. »
- 28DaysLaterAnalysis@gmail.com (Michael Allen)
Emily Hampshire, Elias Koteas, John Pyper-Ferguson, Caterina Murino, Patricia McKenzie, Patricia McKenzie, Karl Pruner, Simone-Elise Girard, Fabio Fulco, Peter Miller, Alexander Bisping, Ruth Chiang, Larry Day, Jayne Heitmeyer, Debbi Larkins, Elliott Larson, Vincent Messina and James Stevens all star.
Six people, each of them is on the road to self-destruction. They wake up in cells in a surreal facility, without knowing how they got there or why. Are they in denial? Are they crazy? What happened?
As they try to figure things out, a mysterious man forces the six abductees to participate in a disturbing experiment call the Trials. During the experiment, the unwilling participants will come to face disturbing truths about themselves and decide »
- Uncle Creepy
2 items from 2010
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