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Welcome to Acapulco Trailer Throws a Video Game Designer Into a World of Trouble

Welcome to Acapulco Trailer Throws a Video Game Designer Into a World of Trouble
One video game designer finds himself thrust into an action-packed and very deadly conspiracy in the new thriller Welcome to Acapulco. Stacked with actors direct from the video store shelf and loaded with hard hitting adventure, this will surely appeal to the gamer at heart. Today, we have the first trailer and poster for Welcome to Acapulco, and it's sure to get your heart racing.

Video game designer Matt Booth has one shot to save his career by unveiling his biggest project yet at the Video Game Awards in New Mexico. But after running into a friend at the airport and having a little too much to drink before his flight, he ends up in Actual Mexico, specifically, Acapulco.

As soon as he lands, he finds himself on the run from high-powered criminals, deadly hitmen and the Feds, all looking for a mysterious package that he has allegedly smuggled through customs yet knows nothing about.
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Havana Darkness Descends This Halloween

Gravitas Ventures is releasing the very first English-language horror film shot in Cuba, Havana Darkness, a U.S.-Bulgarian co-production filmed on location in NYC and Havana and loosely based on the contents of a legendary manuscript that is said to have been penned by none other than Ernest Hemingway during his Cuban days. Recently, the film also had its World Premiere on […]

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Havana Darkness: Hunting For Hemingway And Humans For Sport

Touting itself as the fist English language horror film to be shot in Cuba, Guillermo Iván's Havana Darkness is looking to make a big impression on buyers at Efm in Berlin in the new year. Iván directed, wrote and stars in his own film. Still in post production, we were sent a trailer from one of the production companies, Open Frames, for you viewing enjoyment. When historian Carlos Carrasco comes into possession of a manuscript that he believes to have been written by the late, great Ernest Hemmingway during his stay in Havana, Cuba, he embarks on a journey from New York City with his two close friends, John and Karen, to the bustling Caribbean island in an attempt to prove the manuscripts’ authenticity....

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Havana Darkness – The first ever English language horror film to be shot in Cuba

Havana Darkness is the first English language horror film to be shot in Cuba. A Bulgarian-u.S. coproduction, the film sees Mexican film-maker Guillermo Ivan direct for production companies Open Frames and Golden Ceiba. Shot on location in New York and Havana, the film is loosely based on the contents of a legendary manuscript that is …

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