While IFC owns domestic rights, the flick set for a limited cinema release in the UK on February 8, before a DVD release on February 11. Caleb Landry Jones, Sarah Gadon, Malcolm McDowell, Douglas Smith, Matt Watts and James Cade all star.
“Syd March (Landry Jones) is an employee at The Lucas Clinic – a company that sells injections of live viruses harvested from sick celebrities to fans who wish to fulfil their obsessive desire for real intimacy with their idols. As well as working for them, Syd also supplements his income by smuggling viruses out of the clinic in his own body in order to sell them on the black market. Constantly ill and losing his edge, Syd becomes careless and infects himself with an unusual virus carried by superstar Hannah Geist (Gadon).
When the news breaks that Hannah has died, Syd realises that the virus running rampant in his system will soon kill him too. Hallucinating and struggling to remain in control, Syd must race to solve the mystery surrounding Hannah’s death if he has any hopes to avoid suffering the same fate.“
AROUND THE WEB
this week in horror
More in Movies
Spoilers. Coralie Fargeat‘s aptly-titled Revenge helicopters to a desert canyon in which Rings star...
Hailing out of Vietnam is Derek Nguyen’s The Housemaid, which scored its North American premiere...
The director of Martyrs is back for more mayhem, this time in Ghostland (Incident in a Ghost Land),...
In 1989, just three short years after Tobe Hooper drove the serrated end of...