Girls & Gore Galore in Red Band Trailer for Eli Roth's 'Aftershock'

April 30, 2013
Source: IGN

Aftershock Red Band

"F&!#ing madhouse!" Dimension Films and Radius-TWC have released a new red band trailer for Nicolás López's Aftershock, produced by and starring Eli Roth, a Chilean Earthquake horror-thriller. The first trailer for this hit late last year after the film played at some festivals, earning lukewarm reviews. One thing is for sure - it's packed full of gore and blood and violence, and this trailer gives us an extra hint at that. In addition to Roth, the cast includes Andrea Osvárt, Ariel Levy, Nicolás Martínez and Lorenza Izzo. This looks quite cheap and cheesy, but still crazy gory horror fun, if that's your kind of thing. Check it out!

Here's the new red band trailer for Nicolás López's Aftershock, originally debuted by IGN:

Chilean director Nicolás López makes his American feature debut with Aftershock, a film he co-wrote with Guillermo Amoedo. Horror filmmaker Eli Roth (Hostel, Cabin Fever) both produces and stars in this thriller which follows a group of friends caught in the chaotic aftermath of a crippling earthquake that destroys the city around them and unleashes inmates from a nearby insane asylum. The film also stars Ariel Levy, Nicolás Martínez, Lorenza Izzo, Andrea Osvart and Natasha Yarovenko and premiered at the Toronto Film Festival & Fantastic Fest last year. Dimension Films is releasing Aftershock in limited theaters May 10th.

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Oh from the guy who brought us Hemlock Grove on Netflix. Teh! I'm done with Eli Roth.

Famke on Apr 30, 2013


a tsunami? Im all for grindhouse fun and intentional cheesiness but at least try put some fucking imagination into it, such filth.

Cody W on Apr 30, 2013


I was going to say almost the same thing, but maybe it'll be funny enough to make up for that. —— R. Valentino, Caricature & Portrait Artist.

The Portrait Artist on Apr 30, 2013


Oddly enough I found the whole thing to be filth, but I liked the tsunami part. Funny stuff.

Jon Odishaw on Apr 30, 2013


O I thought the entire thing was filth too, the tsunami was just the shit covered cherry on top.

Cody W on Apr 30, 2013


slot this one right next to Two Headed Shark Attack

Zak Coleman on Apr 30, 2013


Looks interesting... but I was hoping that the cops would turn to zombies to be a tidel wave?

Debbie Doubter on May 1, 2013


Should have gone straight to DVD or cable.

Mithun Divakaran on May 1, 2013


Hahahahahahahaha. Movie balls.

Carpola on May 1, 2013


Oh My God this is awful and not even in a good way! I expected a lot more from Eli doesn't even seem like he is even trying. Did the SyFy channel produce this or something??

Cameron on May 1, 2013


Eli Roth isn't as a great of a filmmaker as he seems to think he is.

Nifty Films on May 1, 2013


Eli... why don't you like... direct a movie again?

Nielsen700 on May 1, 2013


I love Eli Roth, but this is basically Hostel with mother nature as the villain instead of the torture org..

DavideCoppola on May 1, 2013

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