The film will open in theaters on August 6, as well as on VOD, Digital and DVD on August 24.
Dark Star Pictures, in its ongoing collaboration with Bloody Disgusting, has released the first official trailer and poster for The last matinee (Dying in the morning), and Collider has his exclusive look at the Uruguayan-Argentine horror film about a murderer who kills unwitting viewers at a local theater, all during a film’s final screening. The last matinee It will be released in theaters on August 6, as well as on VOD, Digital and DVD on August 24.
Of course, the few patrons who are actually sitting in the theater don’t know something is about to go wrong, but as the Greenband trailer teases, the night is about to get particularly gruesome, and the only person who feels that something could be wrong is the projectionist’s daughter, directing the projection in his absence.
Written and directed by Happy maxi (Living doll V, Neptunia), the stars of the film Luciana Grasso (Julia’s Secret) and legend of Uruguayan terror Ricardo Islas (Who does not run … it’s becaus it’s flying, Bailiwick), as well as Juliet Spinelli, Franco Duran, Y Pedro Duarte. Contenti, Alina Kaplan and Lucía Gaviglio Salkind are the producers of the project. The film won the award for Best Ibero-American Fantastic Film at the Curtas do Imaxinario Festival, and was a candidate for Best Latin American Film at the 2020 Mar del Plata International Film Festival.
Dark Star Pictures and Bloody Disgusting to be released The last matinee In theaters August 6 and on VOD, Digital and DVD August 24. Check out the trailer and poster below:
Here is the official synopsis of The last matinee:
The public that attends the last screening of a horror movie in a small downtown cinema is terrified by a murderer who begins to finish them, one by one. The only person who notices that something strange is happening is the projectionist’s daughter.
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