We are one week away from the première of the “Genuinely scary and effective” (Twitch) eco-horror that is being heralded as ”Horror for grown-ups” (5*, The Guardian) – the Barry Levinson-directed ‘The Bay’ – set to open at the fantastic Glasgow Film4 FrightFest on Saturday February 23rd before it’s theatrical release on March 1st through Momentum Pictures. Find more details on the Glasgow Frightfest screening here
From Academy Award-winning director Barry Levinson comes a brutal and harrowing creature feature for the 21st century which graphically chronicles the descent of a small town into absolute terror. Focusing on the quaint coastal town of Claridge, Maryland that thrives on the safe, tranquil and abundant waters of Chesapeake Bay, a gruesome plague is unleashed during their annual Independence Day celebrations, quickly infecting the residents and turning them against each other. Gross, disturbing, creepy and chilling, yet punctuated by a dark sense of humour, ‘The Bay’ is true issue-raising nightmare horror!