Tuesday, September 04, 2018

Cold Skin Challenges Creatures from the Sea in this "Midnight Attack" Movie Clip

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The horror thriller Cold Skin is releasing this week. From French director Xavier Gens (Frontier(s)), this title is set in the early 1900s. On a remote island, two men discover a strange species in the nearby water. They attack them, at their final refuge, an isolated lighthouse. Cold Skin centrally stars Ray Stevenson ("Black Sails"), David Oakes ("The Living and the Dead") and Aura Garrido. As well, a new clip is available for Cold Skin, entitled "Midnight Attack;" this clip can be found here, along with other release details.

The "Midnight Attack" clip shows Gruner (Stevenson) and a weather observer (Oakes). They notice something on the shoreline, a horde of sea creatures. One man fights back, while the other runs away. Who will survive and who will perish in the swirling seas?

Horror fans can find out this September 7th. On this date, Cold Skin will show in several theatres and on Digital platforms. This title will show in at least 10 American cities. As well, Cold Skin will be available on most, major Digital hosters. More specific release details are available below, including a full city theatrical list.















Release Date: September 7th, 2018 (Digital, Theatrical).

Director: Xavier Gens.

Writers: Albert Sánchez Piñol, Jesus Olo and Eron Sheean.

Cast: Ray Stevenson, David Oakes, & Aura Garrido.

The "Midnight Attack" clip (courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films):




*theatre locations: Los Angeles (Arena Cinelounge), Cleveland (Tower City Cinema), Phoenix (Harkins Arizona Mills), Denver (Harkins Northfield), Dallas (Harkins Southlake), Atlanta (Plaza Theatre), Austin (Galaxy Highland), Detroit (Emagine Canton), Minneapolis (Emagine Lakeville) and Seattle (Galaxy Monroe).

A trailer for the film is available here: A Cold Skin Trailer on 28DLA

Cold Skin at Samuel Goldwyn Films: Cold Skin Release Details at Goldwyn Films

The book, on which the film is based, is available here (author Piñol):




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