Director Mark Meir’s horror movie The Summoned simply screened on the Overlook Movie Competition earlier this month, and XYZ Movies rapidly snatched up the distribution rights with the intention of getting the movie out in North America as quickly as they may. They’re planning to present The Summoned a VOD launch on July 7th, and with that date simply over per week away a trailer for the movie has arrived on-line. You’ll be able to test it out within the embed above.
Meir, making his function directorial debut after racking up appearing roles in issues like Concern the Strolling Useless and The Ice Cream Truck, directed The Summoned from a screenplay by Yuri Baranovsky, co-creator and co-star of the collection Leap 12 months. The story facilities on
younger Elijah, who attends a self-help retreat along with his rockstar girlfriend Lyn, unaware that the enigmatic physician who runs the property has summoned him right here to settle a generations-old supernatural debt.
The movie stars J. Quinton Johnson (Hamilton on Broadway), Emma Fitzpatrick (The Social Community), Salvador Chacon (Mayans M.C.), Angela Gulner (GLOW), and Freddy Douglas (The Odyssey).
The Summoned was a Depraved Fable and Completely happy Little Guillotine Studios co-production, and was produced by Baranovsky, Meir, Gulner, Justin Mark Morrison, and Dashiell Reinhardt.
James Emanuel Shapiro, XYZ Movies’ Govt Vice President of US Distribution, mentioned,
All I can say is that I felt summoned to work on The Summoned! Mark, Yuri, and Angela created one thing sensible and scary, and I can’t wait to point out this to as many individuals as doable!”
We’re thrilled to have XYZ deliver this movie to audiences. As leaders within the style area, we’re honored to be amongst their titles.”
Judging by the trailer, The Summoned appears to be like to me prefer it could possibly be fascinating, so I’ll most likely be watching the film as soon as it reaches VOD. What did you consider the trailer? Does this appear to be a film you’ll need to watch? Tell us by leaving a remark under.