AFM: Sales art for Stephen King adaptation ‘Cell’, and The Vicious Brothers’ ‘The Visitors’





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The American Film Market takes place next month, but already some ultra cool sales art has been revealed for two new horror films.

First up is three posters for Tod “Kip” Williams’ adaptation of Stephen King’s Cell, starring John Cusack. Bloody Disgusting and Shock Till You Drop revealed the posters, which you will find below.

CELL stars Golden Globe nominee John Cusack (2012) and will be directed by Tod “Kip” Williams (PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2, THE DOOR IN THE FLOOR).

Richard Saperstein (THE TOXIC AVENGER, HANCOCK, SE7EN) and Michael Benaroya (LAWLESS, MARGIN CALL) are producing along with The Genre Company’s Brian Witten and Shara Kay. Marina Grasic and Jan Korbelin of Cargo Entertainment will executive produce.

Synopsis:

When a powerful signal is broadcast across mobile networks worldwide, cell phone users’ minds are instantly and dangerously re-programmed. Heading north through New England in search of his wife and son, Clay Riddell (Cusack) is joined by a group of survivors hoping to fend off the bloodthirsty and hyper-connected “phoners.”

 

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The Visitors:

The Vicious Brothers, the one’s responsible for the found footage shocker Grave Encounters, are returning to directing with a new dark sci-fi horror called The Visitors. The Brothers have written the film, and will also direct.

Freddie Stroma (Harry Potter, Pitch Perfect) will star in the film which will be produced by Randy Manis, Kim Arnott, Shawn Angelski, and Martin Fisher.

Synopsis:

The film centers around a group of college friends who travel to a secluded cabin in the woods for a weekend of partying. As the night is winding down, they notice something strange in the sky: A ball of fire descending through the air, crash landing in the nearby forest…

 

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Matt Wavish
About Matt Wavish 10125 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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