Will be the real Josh peck please get up
Mysterious alien “doors” suddenly appear all over the world in Bloody Disgusting’s latest project Doors, a dramatic sci-fi thriller that Epic Images acquired for release this spring.
The film marks our return to the world of genre anthologies in the wake of the V / H / S franchise and To the southOnly this time we’re heading more into science fiction territory.
Josh Peck (“Drake and Josh”, Mean creek) is one of the stars of Doors, and in this new clip he finds himself conversing with, well, two alternate versions of himself. But who is the real Vince and what are the impostors? You will have to watch the movie to find out.
Doors comes to select theaters March, 19, VOD platforms 23 of Marchand DVD / Blu-ray 6 of April.
Without explanation or warning, a series of mysterious alien ‘doors’ suddenly appear in all corners of the world. While many who encounter these sensitive doors feel the strange need to interact with them, never to be seen again, others are left behind to face the potential threat of what their true agenda is towards humanity. In a rush to determine the reason for the arrival of these cosmic anomalies, the government recruits volunteers to challenge the journey and enter the gates so that we can learn more about their origin or purpose. But even these brave volunteers are unprepared for what is beyond the threshold. The story of the doors is told through multiple perspectives: a heterogeneous group of high school students discover a door for the first time, volunteers explore the parallel reality beyond the threshold, and a lone hermit wields the seemingly impossible: establishing communication with a door. “
Lina esco (“SWAT”), and Wilson Bethel (“Hart of Dixie,” “Daredevil”) also star.
We found some really cool promising filmmakers to Doorsincluding Saman kesh (“Hit TV”, “Controller”), with Jeff Desom other Dugan O’Neal, who will explore grounded emotions and cosmic themes from an ever-changing perspective.
The movie was created by Chris White with creative direction by Saman Kesh, story of Kesh and White, and also produced by Boulderlight Photos, the company behind Becky, Contracted, Dementia Part II, Promise and the festival hit Wakefulness.
JD Lifshitz and Raphael Margules produce for Boulderlight. Brad Miska and Tom Owen produce for Bloody Disgusting, with Saman Kesh, Kimberly Stuckwisch and Chris White