Last month we brought you the first word on the upcoming Argentinian cinéma-vérité zombie flick Incidente. And though we had stills, a trailer, and many bits of artwork, details were still very much on the scant side of the fence. Until now.
According to director Mariano Cattaneo Incidente was inspired by the likes of [REC], Lamberto Bava’s Demons, The Blair Witch Project, and even Stephen King’s novel Desperation.
“Incidente does not have infected people, nor zombies. It’s home to demons who use the humans like clothes,” says Catteneo in an interview on his blog.
Undead Backbrain scored the plot crunch, which you can dig on below.
A Special Division police member finds videotape in the form of an unfinished documentary featuring material of a very dark and strange nature.
Years ago in the Nacan’s Factory, an employee killed 16 workers and finally himself. Investigating police could find no logical explanation for the events, and the case was filed as “Incident” (a designation that police use for cases with no solution, offering no reasonable explanation).
Today cameraman Christian and journalist Romina, along with a crime specialist and a priest, will enter the building to document what really happened that day.
This is the tape of what they discovered.
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