Thursday, June 21, 2018

The Domestics Take a One Way Trip Through A Biological Terror in this First Trailer

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The first trailer has debuted for The Domestics. The film, from director and writer Mike P. Nelson, envisions a future world run by gangs. Though, this is no Walter Hill's The Warriors (1979). Instead, a biological toxic agent has been released across the entire United States. Survivors must band together, or die alone. The Domestics stars: Kate Bosworth (Blue Crush), Tyler Hoechlin ("Teen Wolf"), Sonoya Mizuno (Ex Machina), Lance Reddick and many more. The film's first trailer shows some of the film's exciting action and dire situations.

The trailer introduces viewers to the different groups. The gangs include: Gamblers, Sheets, Plowboys, Cherries, Nailers, the Domestics and a few others. But, the Domestics only look to be made up of a few members. This viewer is putting his bet on the Plowboys to win, in this post-apocalyptic future. As well, the clip develops the major plotline, which involves reuniting family members. This is no easy task, in this bandit strewn wasteland.

Orion Pictures is distributing the film, in the good ol' U.S.A. This sci-fi thriller will be shown in theatres, this June 28th. This theatrical release will be quickly followed by a showing on Digital platforms, one day after, on June 29th. If you miss the film in theatres, you will get a second chance to see The Domestics, on most major Digital platforms throughout the Summer. The intense trailer, for The Domestics, is below.

Release Date: June 28th, 2018 (Theatrical) and June 29th, 2018 (Digital).

Director/writer: Mike P. Nelson.

Cast: Tyler Hoechlin, Kate Bosworth, Sonoya Mizuno, Lance Reddick.

The official trailer for The Domestics (via Orion Pictures):

Source: The Domestics at Quiet Earth

Viewers may be reminded of James DeMonaco's The Purge, by Mike P. Nelson's latest (The Purge: Election Year):

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