Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego‘s Open Grave (2013) was an okay zombie horror movie that we reviewed a couple months ago, plenty of zombies. You keep going back and forth on who the real bad guy is through fragmented memories. The cover art for the Blu-ray and DVD release on July 15, 2014 looks good but the special features looks very thin. All we get is a behind-the-scenes featurette. Open Grave stars Sharlto Copley, Thomas Kretschmann and Josie Ho.
From the Press Release:
Featuring genre favorites Sharlto Copley (District 9, Elysium) and Joseph Morgan ("The Originals," "The Vampire Diaries"), the zombie apocalypse film that takes psycho thrillers in a new direction, Open Grave, awakens on Blu-ray and DVD July 15 from Cinedigm (NASDAQ: CIDM) and Tribeca Film. Directed by Gonzalo L?pez-Gallego (Apollo 18), the dark and twisted thrill ride also stars Thomas Kretschmann (Wanted, Resident Evil: Apocalypse), Josie Ho (Contagion), Erin Richards (The Quiet Ones) and Max Wrottesley ("24: Live Another Day").
A complicated story that pits characters against each other, Open Grave examines how important memory is to a person’s identity by forcing six strangers--stripped of all recollection--to confront their inner demons. While these strangers seek to identify their past, evil demons lurk beneath them, forcing them to fight for survival, even if it means betraying their allies.
- Behind-the-Scenes Featurette
Open Grave (2013)
Synopsis: A man wakes up in the wilderness, in a pit full of dead bodies, with no memory and must determine if the murderer is one of the strangers who rescued him, or if he himself is the killer.
Directors: Gonzalo López-Gallego
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Mystery
MPAA Rating: R
Writers: Eddie Borey, Chris Borey
Producers: Conroy Chi-Chung Chan, Davy Duhamel, Gabor Ferenczy, György Gattyán, Aaron L. Ginsburg, Alan Glazer, William Green, Péter Bruno György, Andy Horwitz, Curt Kanemoto, Dylan Hale Lewis, Andrew Ooi, Jon Shestack, András Somkuti, Jeremy Stein, Csapó Tamás, Attila Tõzsér, Dan Wiedenhaupt, Michael B. Wunderman
Musicians: Juan Navazo
Editors: Gonzalo López-Gallego
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