Inception Media Group recently announced that they acquired two genre films. Creep Van and Back From Hell. If you just want to read the press release that announced the acquisition, plenty of other sites have copied and pasted it verbatim. But you want to talk about the actual movies, right? Sure you do!
Let’s start with Back From Hell. In the film, “Six ex-classmates decide to spend the holidays together and rent a manor in the countryside to forget the raving madness of the city life. After getting to know a priest living in the adjoining church, the group’s mood progressively deteriorates while strange, paranormal phenomena starts to occur in the house. The vacation turns into a nightmare when Giorgio, one of the friends, starts to show signs of diabolic possession. While Alessandro, his best friend, tries to find a scientific and rational explanation, the other friends trust the priest who feels Giorgio is possessed by the devil and tries to exorcise him. In the end, all the people will figure out what is happening goes over their ability to understand, and moreover, their possibility to control. The film stars Giovanni Guidelli (“The Tourist”) and Marco Quaglia (“The Talented Mr. Ripley”).”
The trailer for Back From Hell (inside) is pretty flat, with one character bemoaning that “no one tapes their holidays anymore“. Easily the weirdest justification for making a found footage movie I’ve heard this week. That movie comes hits home video on October 16th, 2012. But, if you want something crazy entertaining, look no further than the trailer for Creep Van. It’s the antithesis of boring and you can find it inside.
In the film, “Life without a car can be murder. Nobody is going to learn that lesson faster than Campbell Jackson, a 20-something, out of work, out of options misfit in Detroit. Forced to take a dead-end position at a local car wash, Campbell sees a dilapidated 1970s van for sale. Little does he know it is the Creep Van, which is busy terrorizing the people of Michigan, creatively dispatching victims with a host of elaborately constructed booby traps inside its rusted walls. For those unwilling to climb aboard, the Creep and his Van have no qualms about running folks over or smashing through the occasional house. Campbell finds himself forced to team up with a sleazy conman named Swami Ted to hunt down and stop the Creep and his Van before it is too late. The movie stars Brian Kolodziej (“The Girl Next Door”).”
I’ve set your priorities straight by putting the Creep Van trailer on top. No word on a release date for this one.
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