Epic Pictures and DREAD are thrilled to represent the action horror, BLACK SITE, releasing April 9, 2019! It is best described as a mixture of “John Carpenter Meets H.P. Lovecraft Meets The Raid.” Jonathan Barkan at Dread Central could barely contain his excitement:
“When I first heard about BLACK SITE, my imagination went wild at the description. Then, after seeing it, I knew that this was a film that would be perfect for horror audiences and DREAD! Tom Paton is an amazing director who has an incredibly bright future ahead of him and it’s a pleasure and an honor to be a part of that.”
BLACK SITE is about an elite military unit who encounters a supernatural entity, known as The Elder Gods, that forces them into battle against an army from another dimension. They must fight together to defend the Black Site and save the world from ultimate destruction.
BLACK SITE is directed by Tom Paton (Redwood). The film stars Sophia Del Pizzo (Into the Dark), Lauren Ashley Carter (Imitation Girl), and Jessica-Jane Stafford (Dead Ringer).
Director Tom Paton shared his excitement about the upcoming film as well as what it means to be a part of the DREAD family:
“Myself and the team at Airpick & Goldfinch couldn’t be more excited that BLACK SITE has found its home as part of the DREAD label. It’s an honour to be included alongside the existing titles and we can’t wait for everyone to see the start of what we hope will be a long running franchise.”
Established in 2007, Epic Pictures Group has grown to become one of the most creative and dynamic independent studios. Focusing on filmmaker-driven projects. Epic often helps shape them from script to launch via its domestic distribution division, Epic Pictures Releasing. Epic Pictures Group seeks out relationships with exceptional producers and talent in order to secure A-level, high-quality projects.
Epic Pictures Group actively develops a full range of new relationships and strategic alliances with financers, independent production companies, producers and studios both domestically and in Europe and Asia. Epic Pictures recently acquired Dreadcentral.com and now features horror titles through DREAD.
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