Cinedigm Nabs Rights To 3-D ‘Static’

Cinedigm picked up North American rights to Static, an indie 3D thriller directed by Todd Levin.

The pic stars Milo Ventimiglia, Sarah Shahi, Sara Paxton, and William Mapother in the story that follows a young couple, played by Ventimiglia and Shahi, on the verge of divorce after losing their child. Their world changes when a young visitor arrives, bringing supernatural implications to the household.

As a young novelist and his wife are coping with the loss of their child, their lives are turned upside down when a panicked girl appears at their home in the middle of the night with stories of masked intruders stalking her. That night, the stalkers strike, sending the couple on a horrific game of cat and mouse, where they are forced to uncover shocking details from their past that may be the reason for the attack.

The low budget indie was shot in 3D with a custom rig to keep costs down, said Deadline. After an initial 2D VOD release, the plan is to release Static in 3D on DVD. Levin wrote the pic with Gabriel Cowan, John Suits, and Andrew Orci.

  • djblack1313

    this sounds interesting and i like the cast but WHAT’S THE FUCKING POINT of making this 3D only to be viewed on DVD?!!! plus this plot/story does not scream out “THIS WOULD BE GREAT IN 3D!!!”.

    don’t these filmmakers/studios/independent studios know that 3D should really only be used in kids films? THANK FUCKING GOD THAT EVIL DEAD IS NOT IN 3D!!!!