Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Slasher Feature What the Waters Left Behind Brings the Terror on DVD and Blu-ray

What the Waters Left Behind is a slasher film from Argentina. Shot in Epecuen, this location was once a town that was flooded and left the inhabitants homeless. In 2018, brothers Luciano and Nicolas Onetti filmed their general remake of Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre here. One of the best slashers of the last few years, What the Waters Left Behind centrally stars: Agustín Pardella, Damián Dreizik, Victoria Maurette and a few others. Now, Unearthed Films will release this compelling feature, this Spring.

In the story, a group of filmmakers document the remaining shambles of Epecuen. Here, the floodwaters have receded, showing the remains of old shops and apartments. However, one family remains on the premises, patrolling the area for food. Unfortunately for these documentarians, this family has targeted them for a human buffet!

Unearthed Films will show the film in May. On May 12th, What the Waters Left Behind will be available on DVD and Blu-ray, in the U.S. market. Already released on Amazon Prime and other Digital platforms (Oct, 2018), this home entertainment launch will include a "Making of," along with a few Unearthed Films' trailers. Fans of slashers or of cannibal films in general are encouraged to take a closer look at this Argentinian shot feature, which will push your horror boundaries.

Release Date: May 12th, 2020 (DVD, Blu-ray).

Directores: Luciano Onetti & Nicolás Onetti.

Writers: Luciano Onetti, Nicolás Onetti and Carlos Goitia.

Cast: Agustín Pardella, Damián Dreizik, Victoria Maurette and Victorio D'Alessandro.

A trailer for What the Waters Left Behind - via Unearthed Films (rated mature: scenes of sexuality, torture, violence):

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