Forward: Terror Films Releases First Spanish Horror Film on May 1st
Director: Henry Bedwell
Writer: Henry Bedwell
Release Date: May 1, 2018
Release Format: Digital
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Running Time: 1 hr 32 min
FORWARD stars Harold Torres and Axel Ricco as two assassins hired to avenge their boss. The job leads them to what appears to be an abandoned hotel. However, they soon find themselves in an unexpected maze of madness, where realities intertwine and nightmares come to life. Faced with an evil demon named Larissa – played by Latin America television star Lisette Morelos – the duo realizes that the gates of hell prove to be closer to our plane of existence than either of them could have expected.
Forward released on May 1, 2018, by Terror Films. The Horror, Thriller is written and directed by Henry Bedwell. The film will initially release in North America, Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Honduras on the following platforms:
A worldwide release on additional platforms is set for this Fall. For more information, visit the official movie site.
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The forward trailer holds a story with Supernatural themes. The clips follow two men who’re in an abandoned, rundown building. As suggested by the synopsis, they are on a work-related mission. They find themselves the target of dark, sinister forces. Their only way to survive is to “Keep Moving Forward”.
This is an interesting concept that holds simplicity, but a lot of mystery. It opens the door for many paths. The chosen cinematography for Forward is ideal for the tone and nature of the film. Lighting is dark, the angles are character-focused. Practical effects of the supernatural figures are intimidating.
Forward marks the first Spanish film released by Terror Films. The premise and the trailer remind me of similar themes in Baskin (Can Evrenol, 2015). The dark themes, mystery, and suspense of the trailer are captivating enough to stir curious minds. Not to mention, a lot of foreign Horror films have a great deal of psychological terror to them.