Inception Media Group today announced it has acquired all North American rights to Evil Things, a chilling horror film written, directed and produced by Dominic Perez.
Inception Media Group acquired all North American rights including theatrical, broadcast, digital and home video directly from Perez and expects to release the film this summer. “Evil Things” was filmed in various locations throughout New York, including Central Park and Woodstock, and marks the directorial debut of Perez.
“The film opens with the familiar story of college kids on an idyllic winter weekend trip, but ends in a state of horror and terror that will keep audiences at the edge of their seat. Miriam, celebrating her 21st birthday, gets the use of a beautiful country house for the weekend. Miriam invites four college friends to join her at the house for what is supposed to be an amazing weekend. Of course, they all jump at the chance. One of her friends, Leo, brings his video camera and hopes to produce a short movie by documenting every moment of this weekend getaway. Unfortunately, what Leo ends up capturing on camera is not a weekend of peace and tranquility but a nightmarish and emotional descent into pure terror.”
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