Horror films dealing with the paranormal are all the rage at the moment, and they’re showing no signs of slowing down. This time, however, the paranormal activity is set in the future!
As reported by Screen Daily, principal photography has begun today on a paranormal thriller called Residue, which will be the feature debut of Alex Garcia. The film follows the lives of eight characters caught up in the aftermath of a freak explosion at the heart of a sprawling, futuristic city.
The cast includes Natalia Tena (pictured; Harry Potter, “Game of Thrones”), Iwan Rheon (“Game of Thrones”), Jamie Draven (Badland), Danny Webb (Alien 3), Brian Ferguson (Taggart), Eleanor Matsuura (“Utopia”), Franz Drameh (Attack the Block) and Adrian Schiller (Brighton Rock).
Creator and writer John Harrison (Tales from the Dark Side) will executive produce with Matador’s Nigel Thomas.
Renowned photojournalist Jennifer Preston is investigating the aftermath of a freak explosion of unknown origin at the center of her hedonistic city. Known simply as ‘the Catastrophe’, this shocking tragedy has left behind a festering wound on the city’s psyche: a several square mile Quarantine Zone (known as the QZ) of evacuated buildings and abandoned streets. Nobody in, nobody out!
With unexplained and increasingly bizarre acts of violence happening across the city, Jennifer begins to see strange ephemeral phantoms in her photographs. She soon becomes obsessed with the idea that a paranormal phenomenon has been unleashed. Jennifer’s investigations become a race against time to uncover the truth before her career, and eventually her own life, are in danger.
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