Vektor Now Available on DVD; Sequel Announced Along with Sothos & Haven Red

On October 30th Croatian thriller Vektor had its premiere at KIC Art Kino in Zagreb. From all accounts it was a success, and the film is now available on DVD. But instead of resting on their laurels, the filmmakers have announced not only only a sequel, entitled Vektor: Terminal Apocalypse, but also two new genre projects: Sothos and Haven Red.

Here’s what producer/director Ivan Rogar had to say about Vektor: Terminal Apocalypse: “We’ve started writing the script for the ‘VEKTOR’ sequel, official synopsis will be live soon. You can expect an occult post-apocalyptic horror movie greatly influenced by ‘Resident Evil 4 (game)’ and the ‘Silent Hill’ game series. This sequel will be more expensive to make, considering the financing and the technical stuff. If the preparations work out ok, the filming could start at the beginning of next year.

Vektor: Terminal Apocalypse

The original Vektor was written by Josip Fackovic and stars Fackovic, Ivan Rogar, Danijela Tepic, Alan Hrehoric, and Tamara Kefelja. Check out the synopsis and trailer below, and to order a DVD, send an email to

The world is in chaos. A war for energents has emerged between the East and the West, creating massive climate changes by nuclear and biological warfare. After receiving a distressed phone call, Christine returns to her childhood home, hoping to find her father still alive, accompanied by a lifetime friend and a secretive scientist. Strange things start to happen after they find a woman named Elena, amnesic and spattered with blood.

Vektor – Trailer
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Now, as for Sothos and Red Haven, all we have to go on for Sothos is the little bit of teaser art below and that it will be a horror film directed by Ivan Rogar and Josip Fackovic. As for Haven Red, it’ll be directed by Rogar and stars Josip Zugec, Josip Fackovic, Ivan Blazun, Mato Micic, Ivan Rogar, Ivica Pusticki, and Matija Tomsic – introducing Sanja Sain, Ivan Bosnic, and Ivan Fiola. It’s a war-based horror tale with the following synopsis: On a journey to a mission in Africa, a band of mercenaries become stranded on an island in the middle of the Pacific. Soon after, they discover an old military base occupied by soldiers who hold captive a deadly prisoner.


Haven Red

Keep it here for more on all three films, and in the meantime visit the official Projekt Film website, and befriend Ivan Rogar on Facebook.

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