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More Recent Trailer For Cannibal Horror ‘The Colony’

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Image Entertainment recently picked up US rights to Jeff Renfroe’s sci-fi horror pic The Colony, which stars Laurence Fishburne, Kevin Zegers and Bill Paxton.

With the recent one-sheet premiere, we now have the newest trailer to share from the cannibal post-apocalyptic thriller.

Beneath the icy surface, survivors of Colony Seven struggle as food supplies dwindle and temperatures continue to drop. Plagued by illness and internal conflict, the colonists suspect the worst when they mysteriously lose contact with Colony Five – the only other known settlement. Sam, a strong-willed mechanic with a tragic past, joins a team headed up by Briggs on a dangerous expedition to find out whathappened. After a hellish trek, they discover a threat much worse than imagined, and now Colony Seven must win asavage battle to preserve the last of humanity.

Jeff Renfroe, Patrick Tarr, Pascal Trottier and Svet Rouskov penned the screenplay. Alcina Pictures, Item 7 and Mad Samurai produce. Sierra Affinity is still handling international sales.

  • suedepup

    Love love LOVE the premise! But from the way the trailer was slapped together, I get the feeling Hollywood may have turned it into a fast food popcorn flick. Regardless, I’m not passing up a post-apocalyptic arctic horror flick No way! I’d love to see a video game with this plot.

  • John Marrone

    Looks pretty decent. Like the setting. On a side note, dont you with The Thing had made it to the mainland, and they made a movie about it, instead of that prequel? *sigh

    • John Marrone

      I mean “wish”

  • WolfQueen

    Wow, this movie has already been in theatres and gone here in Eastern Canada. It only lasted a week here because it was such a major bomb. Interesting to see if it gets good box office elsewhere.

  • diapers

    When given proper treatment, scifi horror can be top notch (Pandorum, Event Horizon). Hopefully this has received proper treatment as well.