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Monday, July 13, 2020

Shudder’s ‘Lake of Death’ Looks Like ‘Evil Dead’ Meets ‘The Raft’ Segment of ‘Creepshow 2’ [Trailer]

This week’s brand new horror movie from streaming service Shudder is the Norwegian Lake of Death, and the trailer has arrived today ahead of the film’s release Thursday, July 16.

In Lake of Death, director Nini Bull Robsahm (Amnesia) took inspiration from Norway’s popular 1942 novel (and later film adaptation) of the same name (De dødes tjern), credited with sparking the country’s interest in horror. Robsahm shot Lake of Death on stunning 35mm and brought on Academy Award-winner Bob Murawski (Army of Darkness, Drag Me to Hell, The Hurt Locker) to edit. Starring Iben Akerlie, Jacob Andersen Schøyen, Jonathan Harboe, Sophia Lie and Elias Mun, the Shudder Original will also be available on Shudder Canada and UK.

“A year after her twin brother mysteriously disappeared, Lillian and her friends head to the old family cabin to say their goodbyes. But soon after they arrive, eerie and gruesome events begin to occur. As the lines between reality and Lillian’s nightmares blur, she must fight both an external and internal struggle to stay alive. Is a horrific local legend becoming reality, or is the real enemy among them?”

Meagan wrote in her recent 3.5 star review of the movie, “Lake of Death marks a thrilling new entry in Norwegian horror that simultaneously sheds light on an underseen horror classic.”

Check out the trailer and poster art below.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3623369/shudders-lake-death-looks-like-evil-dead-meets-raft-segment-creepshow-2-trailer/

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