Gather all ye dystopian horror fans in the Tri-State Region, Fangoria is holding a free screening of District 13: Ultimatum at the Cinema Village tomorrow, Thursday, January 28 at 7 p.m.
This Luc Besson written and produced futuristic flick was directed by by Patrick Alessandrin and is a sequel to Besson’s previous District B13. It tells the tale of “District 13”, a brutal, walled-in Parisian ghetto that the government plans to redevelop into a more respectable place by nuking it to ash. Police officer Damien Tomasso (Cyril Raffaelli) and vigilante Leito (David Belle) team up to stop the bad guys within D13’s walls and save the area from its fiery fate.
This advance preview is sponsored by Magnolia Pictures, which will release District 13: Ultimatum on February 5 in New York, California, Washington, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Michigan, and Minnesota with additional openings throughout the month.
Cinema Village is located at 22 East 12th Street, off University Place, in New York City. To obtain tickets and learn more, visit the new Fangoria web blog.
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