The indie horror film The Void opened on demand and in limited release yesterday in the US. To celebrate, three new posters have been released. Evocative, creepy posters that would have fit in perfectly at a video store in the 1980s or 1990s.
A poster for The Void. Image: Gravillis Inc.
Designed by Gravillis Inc, we're excited to exclusively debut these posters for The Void.
Can't you just picture seeing these on a shelf next to Hellraiser, The Fog, Legend and A Nightmare on Elm Street? It's perfect.
The Void is a creepy little film about a bunch of people who get stuck in a hospital and realise it isn't what they think. It's very, very heavily influenced by some of the more trippy, weird horror films released in the heyday of video stores and VCRs, and while the movie is far from perfect, it's a solid watch if you're looking for something gross, scary and fun.
You can read more about the film in our articles below. Unfortunately an Australian release date has not been announced, but hopefully it will come later this year.
Video. In a small town beset by mysterious circumstances, a group of people gets stuck in a hospital — only to discover the hospital is the worst possible place for them to be. Welcome to The Void, a throwback film to those classic '80s horror movies that provided as much disgust as terror.
As The Void begins, it's impossible to guess where it's heading. Initially, it seems to be about a weird cult in a small town. But then there's a shot of something odd in the clouds. And a very strange creature-thing. Slowly, it becomes obvious what you think you're watching isn't the point at all.