Producers of Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made have just released the film’s hypnotic, unnerving soundtrack on YouTube! Give the Antrum “Theme Song” a spin embedded at the top of the article and listen to the other tracks, HERE.
“In enormous appreciation of our supporters and by popular request we have just released the entire Antrum Soundtrack on YouTube. Put on your headphones and have composer Alicia Fricker’s binaural beats and mythical curses delivered straight to your brain!”
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Check out the trailer for Antrum and read more about the film below.
Antrum, a feature length film shot in the late 1970s, is said to be cursed. In 1988, a movie theatre in Budapest that was screening the film burnt to the ground, killing the 56 people who were in attendance. This incident follows the inexplicable deaths of a number of film festival programmers that had received Antrum as a submission and died shortly after watching it. These events have created a belief that watching Antrum will kill you. Else Films has successfully tracked down a sole copy of the film and packaged it for public release. The film is about a young boy and girl that enter a forest and dig a hole to hell. As one programmer observed of Antrum, “You don’t watch the film, the film watches you”
Antrum’s reputation is partially due to additional real-world events that took place as the actual film was being shown. Market screenings during the Cannes Film Festival included liability waivers, and Fantafest Roma even brought in a priest in to bless the theater. Outside the festivals, many unexpected individuals have admitted to swapping the film with one another, with cult character actor Lawrence R. Harvey (Human Centipede: Full Sequence) even declaring Antrum “one of the best horror films of 2019.”
The heart of Antrum is the titular cursed feature, which purports to have been shot in the late 1970s by unknown filmmakers. It spins the tale of two siblings who perform an occult ritual in the woods, seeking closure after the death of a beloved pet… but their seemingly symbolic act may have truly unleashed Hell on Earth.
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