Thursday, August 09, 2018

A Hundred Feet Below Ground Trench 11 Draws Soldiers to their Doom - September 4th!

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Tagline: "Violence is Contagious."

RLJ Entertainment will be releasing director Leo Scherman's (Never Forget) Trench 11. This World War I set feature, was produced by Carousel Pictures. Within Trench 11, the German army are experimenting with a biological weapon, on their own men. A team of Allies are moving in to prevent a greater catastrophe. And, Trench 11 will debut on home entertainment platforms this September. As well, the film stars: Rossif Sutherland (River), Robert Stadlober (Enemy at the Gates) and Charlie Carrick (The Devout). The film's official DVD artwork and other release details are hosted here.

The longer synopsis, from Carousel Pictures, develops more of the story. Events take place in Northern France. The year is 1918 and World War I is reaching its bloody climax. A top secret mission is undertaken to bring a German, special weapon to the surface. This weapon turns anyone infected into violent, mindless killers. Now, 100 feet below ground, several Allied troops must face infected German Stormtroopers, if they ever hope to see the surface, again.

Trench 11 will show on both DVD and Digital platforms. The DVD artwork promises "violence is contagious." Meanwhile, the biological weapon is emerging from the soldier's eyes. This horrifying title will show on September 4th. This title has already had a film festival run, with appearances at: the Toronto After Dark Film Festival, Screamfest and the Morbido Film Fest. Fans of indie horror can view the film for themselves, in just a few weeks.

Release Date: September 4th, 2018 (DVD, Digital).

Director: Leo Scherman.

Writers: Matt Booi and Leo Scherman.

Cast: Rob Archer, Rossif Sutherland, Karine Vanasse, Charlie Carrick and Ted Atherton.

The official trailer for Trench 11 (courtesy of Bloody Disgusting):

Source: Trench 11 at RLJ Entertainment

Pre-orders are available here:

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