Exclusive One-Sheet Premiere: IFC’s Area 407

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Here’s the thing… you put monsters in anything, and you’ve immediately got our attention. Putting them in a found footage movie? Okay! Let us have it! Get ready to dig on an exclusive new one-sheet for Area 407!

Directed by Dale Fabrigar and Everette Wallin, Area 407 stars Abigail Schrader, Samantha Lester, James Lyons, Melanie Lyons, Brendan Patrick Connor, Ken Garcia, Samantha Sloyan, Everette Wallin and Jude Gerard Prest. The film was written by Robert Shepyer.

Area 407 will be available nationwide on IFC Midnight Cable VOD and Digital Outlets (SundanceNOW, iTunes, Amazon Streaming, Xbox Zune, PlayStation Unlimited) and select theaters on April 27, 2012.

After taking off on a flight from New York to Los Angeles on New Year’s Eve, the passengers of Flight 37A are soon sent into shock and alarm as the plane experiences severe turbulence. The relentless weather attack causes panic and terror amongst the passengers until the plane ultimately crashes in a remote government-testing reserve, AREA 407. Through footage captured by two teenage sisters, the accident and crash lead to further events that should not be viewed by the faint of heart. As they continue to film, it becomes apparent that the remaining survivors of Flight 37A may not survive the night.

Exclusive One-Sheet Premiere: IFC's Area 407

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Steve Barton

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  • nonserviam03

    Having finally checked this movie out… the marketing is fucking terrible. They’re REALLY pushing it as a “found footage dinosaur movie” but that’s not what it is. I mean, it IS what it is, but it’s supposed to be a surprise. They treat it like it’s a twist when you finally get to see a dinosaur, and every single shot of one is in the god damned trailer.

    The movie plays out more like a “monsters lurking in the darkness” story, and it’s fairly well-done for what it is, but it’s not REC meets Jurassic Park, as the marketing lead me to believe.