Barry Levinson‘s The Bay looks like a scary horror movie that you need to see. Check out both the poster and especially the trailer for some great footage of what The Bay has in store for us. The Bay is from the producers who brought you Paranormal Activity and Insidious. You get scary creepy little creatures and a great government cover up all bundled into one horror film.
Synopsis: The quaint seaside town of Claridge is buzzing with a street fair, crab-eating contests, fresh apple pies, and bathers frolicking on the waterfront as the residents prepare for their annual Fourth of July celebrations. In Claridge, water is the lifeblood of the community. But when two biological researchers find a staggering level of toxicity in the bay, no one is prepared for the horrors that lurk below the surface.
A deadly plague is unleashed, turning the people of Claridge into hosts for a mutant breed of parasite that eats its way into the body of its host, where it then hatches into something even more horrific. The local sheriff and his deputies try to contend with the aggressive outbreak while an overwhelmed doctor attempts to coordinate with the Centre for Disease Control over Skype. As friends and family afflicted by the outbreak try to share their panic with the outside world, a naive student reporter working as an intern for a local TV station struggles to understand the mayhem around her.
Directed by Barry Levinson
Official Synopsis: This "found-footage" film is set in 2009 in the town of Claridge, Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay. During the town's annual 4th of July Crab Festival, townspeople become sick, exhibiting a variety of symptoms, which leads local news reporters to suspect something has infected the water there. No one is sure what it is or how it's transmitted, but as people start to behave strangely, and others turning up dead, fear spawns into panic. The town is shut down as government authorities confiscate video footage from every media or personal source they find, in an effort to cover-up the incident. But one local reporter who witnessed the epidemic, was able to document, assemble, and hide this film in hopes that one day, the horrible truth would be revealed . . .Cast: Justin Welborn, Anthony Reynolds, Robert C. Treveiler, Jody Thompson, Andrew R. Kaplan, Tim Parati, Ron Stafford, Jane McNeill, Stacy Rabon,…
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Mystery