It was announced yesterday that Bloody Disgusting Selects will bring the apocalypse this July with Nicolás Goldbart’s Argentine apocalyptic horror film Phase 7 (Fase 7), which opens exclusively at AMC locations on July 13 (Wednesday and Friday nights). Executive produced by Steven Schneider (Insidious, Paranormal Activity) and starring Daniel Hendler, Jazmín Stuart, Yayo Guridi and Federico Luppi (Pan’s Labyrinth), Phase 7 premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in March, and also screened at the Boston Underground Film Festival and the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival.
We have now added the official theatrical trailer that can be viewed below. It’s a hyper-charged look at the end of the world, which comes courtesy of the New World Order. Freaky stuff….
Before its theatrical release, it will screen at the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal and the Danger After Dark Festival in Philadelphia–both in early July.
The film mixes satire, humor, horror and social commentary in a way that reminds viewers of the arch Shaun of the Dead and the savvy claustrophobia of [REC].
“In the film, Coco (Hendler) has just moved to a new apartment with his wife Pipi (Stuart), who’s seven months pregnant. At first, they don’t seem to notice the growing chaos around them, but when authorities quarantine their building after a deadly pandemic breaks out, Coco joins forces with his off-kilter, but well-prepared and stocked next-door neighbor Horacio to defend his refrigerator and keep Pipi safe. Meanwhile, outside the building, Buenos Aires–and the world as the apartment denizens know it, is disappearing. The world is ending; got ammo?”
Tickets will soon be available by clicking here
AMC THEATERS (subject to change):
Barton Creek, Austin TX
White Marsh, Baltimore MD
Boston Common, Boston MA
Concord Mills, NC
River East 21, Chicago IL (moved from Crestwood)
Barrington, Chicago IL
Newport Levee, Newport KY
Easton Town Ctr, Columbus OH
Fairlane, Detroit MI
Orange Park, FL
Ind. Commons, Independence MO
AMC 30 Block, West Orange CA
Burbank 16, Los Angeles CA (previously Univ. Citywalk)
Sunset Place, Miami FL
Rosedale, Roseville MN
Elmwood Palace, New Orleans LA
Empire, New York NY
Clifton Commons, Clifton NJ
Quail Springs Mall, OK City OK
AMC Downtown Disney 24, Lake Buena Vista (moved from Universal Cineplex, Orlando FL)
Westgate, Phoenix AZ
Waterfront, Pittsburgh PA
Mission Valley, San Diego CA
Mercado, San Jose CA
Metreon, San Francisco CA
Pacific Place, Seattle WA
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