UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., Oct. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Tape 407, one of Hollywood's most disturbing found footage movies, is to have a limited theatrical release on Halloween. It seems like everyone has been inquiring about Tape 407 and the so-called mystery behind it. These days we have become increasingly unsure of our security and surroundings. We are constantly reminded that the rules and laws don't always apply to everyone. In Tape 407, innocent people with family and friends waiting for them boarded a state of the art jet liner piloted by an experienced crew. They had every reason to believe the pilots could safely navigate a storm and negotiate turbulence without crashing the plane to the Earth from 30,000 feet. They trusted them. They were wrong. The small group that survived, some critically wounded, had every reason to believe that help was on the way. After all, technology was their savior. Again, they were wrong. They were wrong because the very people they trusted to protect and rescue them are the very same people who created the hell in which they now find themselves. That's what makes Tape 407 so disturbing.
Tape 407 will have a limited theatrical release on Halloween (see website for details: www.tape407.com) and a sneak peek screening on October 19th at 10 AM at the Universal City Walk AMC in Universal City. There will also be a poster signing by the director and cast at Dark Delicacies located at 3512 West Magnolia Boulevard, Burbank, CA 91505-2818 on October 21st at 7PM. Both events are free of charge, for information or to RSVP for either event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tape 407 is Executive Produced by Rick Finkelstein, Steven Chase, and Bagiryan Armen, with Producers Suzanne DeLaurentiis and Ivan Kavalsky, Co-Producers Stephen Fiske and Jude Tucker. The film is written by Robert Shepyer, Dale Fabrigar, and Everette Wallin, and directed by Dale Fabrigar and Everette Wallin. The cast includes Abigail Schrader, Samantha Lester, James Lyons, Melanie Lyons, Brendan Patrick Conner, Ken Garcia, Samantha Sloyan, and Jude Gerard Prest.
Some of the movie's proceeds will go to veteran's charities
SOURCE Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions