Official Trailer for Horror Film 'City of Dead Men' Starring Diego Boneta
"Welcome to the house of the Dead Men." Gravitas Ventures has debuted an official trailer for the horror thriller City of Dead Men, set mostly at an eerie psychiatric hospital in Colombia. The horror film stars Diego Boneta (from "Scream Queens" and Rock of Ages) as an American tourist who ends up in the town of Medellin in Colombia, befriending a local woman (played by Maria Mesa) who introduces him to "group of young misfits" that call themselves the "Dead Men". The leader of the group is Jacob, played by Jackson Rathbone, a mysterious figure who brings the newcomer to their home at an abandon psychiatric hospital for children on the outskirts of the city. Of course, things get weird and he starts to feel the presence of the kids. It's hard to tell what's going on in this, and it seems like it may be a big mess, but give it a shot anyway.
Here's the official US trailer (+ poster) for Kirk Sullivan's City of Dead Men, direct from YouTube:
When Michael (Diego Boneta), a young American tourist running away from his own demons, arrives in Colombia, after a long journey throughout South America, he realizes he's gone through all of his money and must resolve the situation soon. Then he meets Melody (Maria Mesa), a pretty Colombian girl who knows the city well and hooks him up with a group of young misfits led by the mysterious Jacob (Jackson Rathbone). The intoxicating group lives in an abandoned psychiatric hospital for children on the outskirts of the city and when they offer Michael their friendship and shelter - he quickly accepts. But slowly, Michael begins to sense the horror that went on in the hospital… City of Dead Men is directed by first-time feature filmmaker Kirk Sullivan (of The Come Up short film previously), from a screenplay written by Andrew Poston. Gravitas will open the film in select theaters + on VOD starting December 16th. Anyone?
Reader Feedback - 2 Comments
Mental hospital for children. A good place to reconsider everyone's childhood? Not really sure about that ...
shiboleth on Oct 31, 2016
Look okay...I suppose.
DAVIDPD on Oct 31, 2016
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