[News] NECROPATH - A New Horror is Born on Digital Feb 9
Courtesy of Gravitas Ventures and Kamikaze Dogfight
Award-winning horror film NECROPATH, created with the thought of what happens to the movie monsters who wander freely during extreme pandemics, comes to digital on February 9th from Gravitas Ventures and Kamikaze Dogfight.

A new horror icon is born in NECROPATH! Make sure you check out the trailer below and let us know what you think.

Encompassing many elements relating to issues happening in today’s world, the Grindhouse-style piece tells of a mysterious virus, plague, and pharmaceutical drug conspiracy that erupts over a city causing a pandemic. In the midst of the chaos, a mentally deranged maniac seeks to fulfill continuous addiction and vengeful murder, despite the imminent demise of society happening around him. The story leads to a family being destroyed leaving an abandoned little girl to save her baby sister.

NECROPATH stars Moe Isaac (Two Suspects, The Vampire), Nathan Faudree (Empire State of the Dead, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”), Cassandra Hayes (Revolt of the Empire of the Apes, The Man With No Pants), Lillian Colvin, Natalie Colvin, and Shain Hence.

The film is written and directed by Joshua Reale (Empire State of the Dead, Planewalker).

About Gravitas Ventures

Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios company, is a leading all rights distributor of independent feature films and documentaries. Founded in 2006, Gravitas connects independent filmmakers and producers with distribution opportunities across the globe. Working with talented directors and producers, Gravitas Ventures has distributed thousands of films into over a hundred million homes in North America – over one billion homes worldwide. Recent releases include Armstrong, directed by David Fairhead; Above the Shadows starring Olivia Thirlby, Megan Fox and Jim Gaffigan; The River and the Wall, directed by Ben Masters; Score: A Film Music Documentary; California Typewriter; Legion of Brothers; Katie Holmes’ feature directorial debut; All We Had, Colin Hanks’ All Things Must Pass; and Being Evel from Academy Award-winning director Daniel Junge and producer Johnny Knoxville.

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