Heralded for its clever combination of humor and gore, Phase 7 follows its successful theatrical run this summer with a nationwide release October 4th, 2011 on DVD, iTunes, TV Video on Demand and other platforms.
Phase 7, from Bloody Disgusting Selects, 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]. An Argentine apocalyptic horror film, Phase 7 was directed and written by Nicolás Goldbart; produced by Sebastian Aloi; executive produced by Steven Schneider (Insidious, Paranormal Activity). With a “top-notch” cast, the movie stars Daniel Hendler, Jazmín Stuart, Yayo Guridi and Federico Luppi (Pan’s Labyrinth).
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“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?”
Phase 7 (Fase 7) premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in March, and also screened at the Boston Underground Film Festival, the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival, the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal (the largest genre festival in North America) and the Danger After Dark Festival in Philadelphia.