The Veil (2016) - Trailer
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Cast: Thomas Jane, Jessica Alba, Nathan Clarkson, Aleksa Palladino, Jane Osborn, Ivy George, Feather Rae Dawn, Chet Grissom, Kyla-Drew, Sandra Rosko, Shannon Woodward, Jim Storm, Eric Banzon, Shane Roney, Shayla Chanadet, Mark Sande, Lenny Jacobson, Skya Chanadet, Meegan Warner, Anna Sampson, Chelsea Grant, Timothy A. Wilson, Jack De Sena, Alina Lopez, Cheyenne Wilbur, Kira McLean, Sheryl Arenson, Stacey Turner, Ashley Atwood, Dylan Thiffault
Director(s): Phil Joanou
Trailer: The Veil (2016)
Twenty-five years after members of a religious cult committed mass suicide, the lone survivor returns to the scene of the tragedy with a documentary crew in tow.
Today, we’re pleased to bring you the trailer for the supernatural thriller, The Veil. Directed by Phil Joanou (The Punisher: Dirty Laundry) and written by Robert Ben Garant (Jessabelle), the story takes place 25 years after a mass suicide conducted by a charismatic cult leader (Thomas Jane) and follows the lone survivor (Lily Rabe) who goes with a director (Jessica Alba) and her documentary crew to find out what really happened that day. What they discover goes beyond cult behavior and delves into the supernatural.
Joanou said in a statement:
“The film is more of a supernatural-mystery-thriller than it is straight-ahead horror. It’s a bit more narrative and character driven than you’ll typically find in the modern version of the genre. And that’s what initially attracted me to Ben Garant’s script: these flawed, vulnerable characters — each one of them carrying a secret — coming up against the Jim Morrison of cult leaders, all of them clashing with the massive tragedy of the past. The script really played with what you tend to expect from this world and offered up a uniquely haunting journey.”
Speaking as someone who went out of his way at Sundance last year to see movies about cults and cult behavior, The Veil definitely has an interesting hook, and it sounds like it’s worth checking out. There will be a world premiere screening on Monday February 1st at 7:30pm at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood benefitting the American Cinematheque with a Q&A afterwards with the director. Tickets are available at the American Cinematheque website. The movie, which also stars Aleksa Palladino, Reid Scott, and Shannon Woodward, will be released on VOD everywhere on February 2nd.
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Synopsis:Twenty-five years after members of a religious cult committed mass suicide, the lone survivor returns to the scene of the tragedy with a documentary crew in tow.