Multicom Entertainment has released Abishek J. Bajaj’s ‘M.I.A, A Greter Evil’ on VOD.
Later this year the film will head to DVD and all digital platforms, as well as all cable and satellite providers.
Valerie Bentson, Lamou Vissay, Sarah Ball, Mark Matula, Sahajak Boonthanakit, Dan Renalds, Eoin O’Brien, Byron Bishop, Lee Mason, and Peter Alan Lloyd star in the flick that follows a group of American college students as they search for gold in a Vietnamese jungle.
The official synopsis says:
“A group of American college students embark on an expedition in search of gold throughout the war-torn jungles of Vietnam. Their dreams quickly unravel when an unintended detour leaves the group lost and wandering where many before them have curiously disappeared. A terrifying encounter at night makes them realize that they are not alone. Tensions brew, as echoes of the Vietnam War follow them through the battle-ravaged jungle. Will they find an escape or become the next victims of a savage and grisly war?”
Bloody Disgusting, Dark Star Pictures Drop Clip for ‘The Passenger’
A brand new clip has arrived for Dark Star Pictures and Bloody Disgusting’s Spanish horror movie ‘The Passenger’ which is slated to hit limited theaters on June 3rd, and then arrive on demand and DVD on June 28th.
According to the summary, the film is about “a group of strangers sharing a ride has their trip interrupted when the driver hits a woman hiking in the dark of night. They decide to help her, but quickly learn that something is wrong and that they shouldn’t have let her in at all.”
The film stars Ramiro Blas (“Blackwod”), Cecilia Suarez (“The House of Flowers”), Paula Gallego (“Paquita Salas”) and Christina Alcazar (“Cachorro”).
You can check out the trailer below:
Teens Battle Aliens in ‘Slash/Back’ Trailer
A brand new trailer has arrived for the new alien-invasion comedy thriller ‘Slash/Back’ which pits a group of teens doing battle with aliens within a tiny arctic hamlet, ahead of it’s premier in theaters and on demand on June 24th.
According to the official synopsis; “Maika and her ragtag friends discover an alien invasion in their tiny arctic hamlet, and it’s up to them to fight back. Utilizing makeshift weapons and their horror movie knowledge, the aliens soon realize that you don’t mess with the girls from Pang.”
The films stars Melissa Hood, Nalajoss Ellsworth, and Chelsea Prusky.
Teaser Trailer Arrives for ‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’
George Miller is back with a brand new film being described as an “epic fantasy romance”, and a new teaser trailer has arrived for ‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’ which is set to make it’s premier at Cannes.
According to the synopsis: “Dr Alithea Binnie (Tilda Swinton) is an academic – content with life and a creature of reason. While in Istanbul attending a conference, she happens to encounter a Djinn (Idris Elba) who offers her three wishes in exchange for his freedom.
“This presents two problems. First, she doubts that he is real and second, because she is a scholar of story and mythology, she knows all the cautionary tales of wishes gone wrong. The Djinn pleads his case by telling her fantastical stories of his past. Eventually she is beguiled and makes a wish that surprises them both.”
The film also stars Kaan Guldur, Alyla Browne, and Angie Tricker.
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