Eagle One Media is proud to announce it has acquired North American rights to the hit Norwegian horror film Dark Souls. The award winning film from Director Cesar Ducasse brings a different take on the whole zombie horror genre. The film has just been released along all major platforms by Eagle One Media.
The official trailer can be viewed on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VBO5tWDwGk
Dark Souls won Best Film – Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival and Best Male Actor – Melbourne Underground Film Festival. It is film that delivers and with glowing reviews:
“Make no mistake, there are some very interesting things at play…it’s something different to the typical zombie movies we get today.” – CinEnemA
“Good-natured little Norwegian schlocker which does have a bigger picture than just the individual zombie-biting mayhem.” – Richard Street, Film Yellow
“The film has enough inspiration to fill several normal scare flicks, being a serial killer procedural, warped family drama, zombie-themed dark comedy and oft-kilter conspiracy thriller all rolled into one.” –
A young girl is attacked by a man with a power drill and left for dead. When the police call the girl’s father to identify his daughter’s body, he tells them that she has just walked in the door…but there’s something
seriously wrong with her. After learning of more bizarre attacks the father starts his own investigation and soon uncovers a systematic covert government program has been unleashed upon his town.
Dark Souls is now available through most on-line retailers such as Amazon and available for rental/download on digital platforms such as itunes, Amazon Instant, Play Google and xbox.
Horror fans can visit the Eagle One Media (www.eagleonemedia.com) for news on other upcoming feature film releases.
Dark Souls joins recently acquired and released titles The Visitant, Uncut, Zombie Dawn, Alter Ego, and Splash Area from Eagle One Media’s growing list of new horror features.
I love reading the posts here. I have been reading a book about bio horror movies by Victoria Sutton called The Things That Keep Us Up At Night and I am becoming more and more intrigued about the “government” in horror films. This one looks great, exactly what I enjoy. Sutton’s book brings up some great points about how the world will run after a fall, that is true horror right there that is for sure! Her site is reelbiohorror.com. I recommend her book if you are a horror enthusiast. Again, great post!