IFC Midnight has landed U.S. rights to horror-thriller The Station, two days after the film’s Midnight Madness world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, Variety reports.
“The story is set in the German Alps as a trio of scientists and a technician discover that a rapidly retreating glacier has begun to leak a strange red liquid that seems to be affecting local wildlife.”
Marvin Kren directed from a screenplay by Benjamin Hessler. It stars Gerhard Liebmann, Edita Malovcic, Hille Beseler and Peter Knaack and was produced by Helmut Grasser.
Kren broke into horror films in 2011 with his debut feature Rammbock, distributed by Bloody Disgusting Selects.
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