In lieu of the Cannes market, Strongbow Pictures has announced a deep sea horror film that takes place at the height of the Cold War.
Phantom, which is written and directed by Todd Robinson, begins when “a Soviet diesel-electric submarine attempts to launch a nuclear weapon at the United States Navy’s Pacific Fleet. In the end, one man stood between the apocalypse and the survival of mankind. But, in the indigo depths of the South Pacific, man and machine are not alone.”
Deadline adds that Andy Garcia (The Godfather: Part III ), William Fichtner (Drive Angry 3D), Ed Harris (The Abyss, A History of Violence) and Natascha McElhone (“Califorication”) all star.
The film teases “someTHING” aboard their vessel. Check out the promo artwork inside.
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