Friday, October 04, 2019

Dark Portals Rain Down on the U.S. in this First Trailer (Out Oct. 25th)

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Portals is a sci-fi anthology, from a number of directors. Filmmakers involved in the segments include: Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project), Timo Tjahjanto (The Night Comes for Us), Gregg Hale (Lovely Molly) and Liam O'Donnell. Each director has focused their story on a blackout and around the appearance of a series of strange objects. Very much a thriller, this title will have its World Premiere tonight, in Los Angeles. A wider release will follow later this month.

The trailer shows several black obelisks appearing across the city. Curious, characters interact with the black objects, with some sucked in and trapped. Chaos ensues as it becomes apparent that something malicious is operating these strange mirror-like boxes.

After the World Premiere, Portals will have a wider screening on October 25th. On this second showing date, the film will be available across the United States, in cities like: Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Detroit, Miami, New York and many others. Late in October, the film will also show on Digital platforms, across the U.S., via Screen Media Films. For the latest on Portals, sci-fi and horror fans can find the trailer below, along with screening cities at the link past the break.














Release Date: October 4th, 2019 (World Premiere, Los Angeles) and October 25th, 2019 (Limited Theatrical, Digital).

Directors: Gregg Hale, Liam O'Donnell, Eduardo Sánchez and Timo Tjahjanto.

Writers: Sebastian Bendix, Liam O'Donnell, Timo Tjahjanto and Christopher White.

Cast: Deanna Russo, Neil Hopkins, Michele Weaver, Ptolemy Slocum, Clint Jung and Paul McCarthy-Boyington.

The first trailer for Portals (via Screen Media Films):




*Portals is having its World Premiere at Beyond Fest this Friday, October 4, The film will show at Hollywood's Egyptian Theatre. And, the screening is free, with tickets available at the Egyptian Theatre box office - one hour before showtime (2 tix per person max, via Screen Anarchy).

Cities hosting a theatrical screening can be found here: A Portals' Homepage

Source: Portals at Screen Anarchy

Directors Eduardo Sanchez and Gregg Hale worked together on the truly terrifying Lovely Molly (2011):




Follow 28DLA on Twitter: 28DLA on Twitter! Subscribe to 28 Days Later: An Analysis 28 Days Later Analysis Email Subscription

0 comments: