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The UK Trailer for The Dyatlov Pass Incident Treks In





The UK Trailer for The Dyatlov Pass Incident Treks InAn official trailer for Renny Harlin's The Dyatlov Pass Incident has come in from the cold courtesy of our friends across the pond, and we have every frigid and frightening second of it right here for your mass consumption. Dig it!

The fact-based film concerns a mysterious incident in 1959, when nine experienced hikers were found dead. It finds contemporary students on a trek to investigate the mystery. Producers are Alexander Rodnyansky, Kia Jam, Harlin, and Sergei Bespalov.

Harlin said: "I was fascinated by this story, which remains one of the great unsolved mysteries of modern paranormal lore. The facts, the script, and the very dramatic setting convinced me that there is a thrilling movie there, just waiting to rivet audiences."

Want to know a bit more? In a nutshell the Dyatlov Pass Incident (as it is known) refers to an unsolved mystery that occurred in the northern Urals which saw a group of ski hikers tear open their tent from the inside and leave barefoot in a heavy snowstorm. Though there was no sign of a struggle, two victims had fractured skulls, one was missing her tongue, and clothing belonging to the victims contained high levels of radiation. Soviet investigators concluded that "a compelling unknown force" had caused their deaths.

Synopsis
The Dyatlov Pass Incident follows a group of students on a trek to investigate the true life mystery of nine Russian skiers who befell an unexplained death while skiing in the Russian mountains in 1959. To this day, their deaths have been one of the most bizarre unsolved mysteries of the 20th century.

The Dyatlov Pass Incident

The Dyatlov Pass Incident

The Dyatlov Pass Incident

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moderator Gotta say calling it this
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Gotta say calling it this generation's Blair Witch Project in the trailer is kind of lame.


Submitted by Steve Barton on Wed, 05/29/2013 - 2:43pm.

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