Resident Evil meets Alien in this thrill original

Shudder has released the trailer for his upcoming indie action horror film Death Valley, and it features plenty of monsters, gore, and mayhem.

Death Valley

Shudder released the trailer for his upcoming horror movie Death Valley, and it gives seriousness resident Evil and Extraterrestrial vibrations. The film is about a group of mercenaries who head to an underground facility to save a scientist after a secret experiment goes awry, but find themselves trapped and at the mercy of a terrifying creature. Sounds familiar? But don’t judge too quickly. Death Valley features some of the best creature designs you’ve ever seen in indie horror movies. There also seems to be a lot of gore and high octane action.

Death Valley is written and directed by Matthew Ninaber, who is best known for playing the titular monster in PG: Goreman psychopath. Ninaber seems to have a tendency to turn into bloodthirsty monsters as he will be playing one in Death Valley also. Playing the main roles in the film are Jeremy Ninaber (Transfer), Ethan Mitchell (Transfer) and Kristen Kaster (If i had to die). You can check out the trailer below.


While the one-minute trailer doesn’t give out too much information, it does reveal the fearsome monster, and the practical effects are impressive. As Goreman psychopath, Death Valley is also produced on a low budget and features lesser-known actors; However, he doesn’t try to make viewers laugh. Instead of, Death Valley exudes a dark and claustrophobic atmosphere.

When it comes to action and creature designs, filmmakers have widely used practical effects instead of CGI. The passion and commitment with which Ninaber and his team have made Death Valley is truly commendable. For now, one can only wonder how the film will fare with audiences. But judging by the trailer, Death Valley promises to deliver all the blood-filled monster mayhem that viewers have come to expect from such films. Here is the plot synopsis for Death Valley.

“When a secret experiment goes awry, bioengineer Dr. Chloe (Kaster) is trapped in a secret underground facility. With just 24 hours before a fatal decontamination protocol destroys the entire lab, Chloe deploys a distress signal. emergency before a terrifying creature (Matthew Ninaber) of unknown origin can consume what is left of her. Alerted by the distress beacon, combat-tired guns, Marshall (Mitchell) and Beckett (Jeremy Ninaber ), are tasked with carrying out a covert operation to extract the imprisoned scientist. During the deployment, the team is ambushed by another heavily armed militia, determined to find a way to enter the compound themselves. outnumbered, the mercenaries find the entrance to the bunker through an unsealed escape hatch, only to find themselves in a gruesome fight for survival.With time and ammunition depleted, the team must locate the Dr Chloe while walking through the underground labyrinth of corridors before being tracked down one by one. . ”

Shudder has become the go-to streaming platform for horror lovers in recent years due to its expansive and above all astonishing filmography. Independent author and horror films like Host and V / H / S / 94 to Oscar nominees La Llorona, Shudder is home to several acclaimed films. With a bit of luck, Death Valley will prove to be another worthy addition to the streamer’s already impressive roster. Death Valley will be released in North America, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand exclusively on Shudder on December 9, 2021.

As for those in the mood for more traditional creature features, be sure to check out Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, hits theaters around the world on November 24.

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