Heads are exploding at MPI Media Group as today they announced they have acquired all North American rights to Cold Sweat (Sudor Frio), a new horror film featuring a pair of villains who raise the bar in cinematic evil. A sensation at the South By Southwest (SXSW) festival, the film, directed by Adrián García Bogliano, will receive a theatrical release in fall 2011, to be followed by DVD and Video on Demand availability.
“When Roman’s girlfriend disappears he expects to find her in the arms of another man. And find her he does but there is no lover on the scene, only a pair of crazy old men keeping her locked away in the basement of their crumbling mansion. Armed with wild-eyed political ideals and case after case of decades-old and highly unstable dynamite. The villainous duo are conducting illicit experiments on a string of young women lured to their home via the internet and if Roman cannot free his young love she is likely to end up in pieces, thanks in part to a generous slathering of nitro-glycerine.”
The García Bogliano brothers’ other films include the awesome Room for Tourists, Watch ’em Die, The Accursed and Penumbra.
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