Debuting at the EFM, Epic Pictures Group will handle worldwide rights to the creature feature, Nymph, from Apocalypse of the Dead director Milan Todorovic, Bloody Disgusting learned.
“The story tells the tale of two young women who go on a Mediterranean vacation and uncover the watery lair of a killer mermaid hidden beneath an abandoned fortress.”
Nymph stars screen legend Franco Nero (Tarantino’s Django Unchained), Kristina Klebe (Halloween, Proxy), and Natalie Burn (The Expendables 2).
In addition to the art debut, we also exclusively have the film’s trailer that is guaranteed to seduce you. If anything, Nymph looks like a dark cross between Piranha, Sint (Saint) and Thale.
“Nymph has all the pieces of a film I’ve always dreamed of making – amazing locations, beautiful women, sea creatures, violence, and… Franco Nero! It was a great pleasure to work with such a fantastic cast and I believe we made a kick-ass ensemble of exciting action scenes, suspenseful chases, and epic fights on land and sea,” said director Milan Todorovic.
“Milan Todorovic is an amazing talent in the genre world. His Apocalypse of the Dead was a best selling zombie film in both the US and UK. His killer mermaid will redefine a new generation of terror for horror films around the world,” commented CEO Patrick Ewald of Epic Pictures Group.
“2013 was the year of Big Ass Spider! for Epic and now 2014 is the year of Nymph. From a giant killer spider to a sexy killer mermaid, it doesn’t get better than this!” states Epic Pictures Group co-founder, Shaked Berenson.
Epic Pictures Group will introduce the film this week at the European Film Market in Berlin.
Nymph was produced by Marko Jocic and Milan Todorovic and written by Barry Keating, Milan Konjevic, and Marko Backovic.
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