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ANTRUM to Curse UK Cinemas in October - New Trailer and Poster

The self-professed "deadliest film ever made" will cast its spell in UK cinemas this October.

Writer/directors David Amito and Michael Laicini's Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made is a horror mockumentary that purports to present 'Antrum', a '70s horror film that developed a cursed reputation following a series of incidents in the wake of its release, including a deadly fire in a Budapest cinema that resulted in the deaths of 56 people.

If you dare to challenge the curse of Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made, it's set to play in UK cinemas from October 23rd, followed by a DVD/Digital release on October 26th.

Check out the UK trailer and poster below.

The official synopsis reads:

Antrum, a feature length film shot in the late 1970's, 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.

Believed to have been lost, a sole copy of the film was tracked down and packaged for public release. After a short 10 minute documentary which examines the dark history of the film, viewers are given the opportunity to watch the original version of this cursed film at their own risk.

The film features a teenage girl and her young brother putting their dog to sleep for a violent act it committed. In an effort to save its soul, they enter a forest that contains “The Antrum”, the very spot that the devil landed when he was cast out of heaven. There they begin to dig towards hell, and the deeper they dig the more dangerous the forest becomes. It has been observed that at this point in the film more malevolent events start happening to the audience watching it.

antrum poster