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‘Tape 407’ Becomes ‘Area 407’ For IFC Midnight’s Release

Formerly Tape 407, IFC Midnight has announced an April 27 VOD and limited theatrical run for Area 407, director Dale Fabrigar’s found footage horror flick. The trailer has just been added along with a trio of stills. More can be found on the film’s old, and super loud and annoying official website or Facebook.

The film opens with two teenagers flying from New York to Los Angeles on New Years Eve. Their nightmare begins when their plane hits extreme turbulence mid-flight. The relentless weather attack causes panic and terror amongst the passengers until the plane ultimately crashes in a remote government-testing area. The handful of survivors from the crash, bloody and disoriented, are then insistently pursued in the darkness by unknown predators that, unbeknownst to them, are part of the government’s top-secret Mesa Experiment. The film will take moviegoers on a whirlwind ride, with a twist ending that will leave you breathless, shocked, and terrified.



  • Kroork

    Well I they wanted to keep what was attacking them
    A secret they failed. That trailer showed xactly
    What was attacking them. I am
    So sick of studios spoiling movies with their trailers!!!

  • edrew_7

    Looks like fun to me! I’m getting kind of bored with the “found footage” genre, but this has some potential.

  • SickAxe

    looks nice, but its similar to the movie Evidence

  • Octocat

    Damn, it’s just a raptor ?

  • drmb1990

    Jurassic Park meets Cloverfield eh?

  • el terror

    Looks like it could be a sequel to “Evidence” which was great.

  • Taboo

    Yeah I got the Cloverfield vibe jeje

  • FleshofCaligula

    It’s Paranormal Jurassic. i like this idea, hoping its more to it.

  • FleshofCaligula

    Oh it better an amazing twist ending. Not like OMG they all die, LOL thats in every foundfootage movie. I want to see like the camera pan up and you see like a shit load of dinosuars or the world ending or something amazing like the end of Take Shelter

    • Yeah, like try to do what they tried to do in the 1963 version of The Birds. Hitchcock’s original plans were to have a scene where all the birds are flying over the Golden Gate Bridge, but it cost too much at the time.

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