Epix Releases Trailer for Catalina Sandino Moreno’s Contemporary Sci-Fi Horror Series “From”

Catalina Sandino Moreno’s summer vacation is turning out to be a real nightmare…

Epix has released the first full-length trailer for From, its upcoming contemporary sci-fi horror series starring the 40-year-old Oscar-nominated Colombian actress.

Catalina Sandino MorenoCreated by John Griffin, the project wrapped production wrapped last month in Nova Scotia, Canada. It’s set to premiere on February 20, 2022.

With a stellar ensemble cast led by Harold PerrineauFrom unravels the mystery of a nightmarish town in middle America that traps all those who enter. As the unwilling residents fight to keep a sense of normalcy and search for a way out, they must also survive the threats of the surrounding forest – including the terrifying creatures that come out when the sun goes down.

In addition to Sandino Moreno and Perrineau, the cast also includes Eion Bailey, Hannah Cheramy, Simon Webster, Ricky He, Chloe Van Landschoot, Shaun Majumder, Corteon Moore, Pegah Ghafoori, David Alpay, Elizabeth Saunders, Elizabeth Moy and Avery Konrad.

From is a co-production between Epix Studios and MGM International Television Productions, and is produced by Midnight Radio and AGBO.

Screen Media Acquires U.S. Rights to Bella Thorne’s Thriller “Girl”

Bella Thorne has revenge on the brain…

Screen Media has acquired the U.S. rights to Girl, the thriller starring the 22-year-old half-Cuban American actress/singer.

Bella Thorne

Written and directed by Chad Foust, the film also stars Mickey Rourke. The deal comes ahead of the film’s U.S. premiere later this week at Fantastic Fest. A November day-and-date release is in the works.

Thorne plays a woman (she’s only known as Girl) who returns to her small hometown to exact revenge on her abusive father, only to discover someone murdered him the day before. As she searches for answers, she soon finds herself prey to a sinister sheriff (Rourke) and uncovers a disturbing family legacy more disturbing than she’d imagined. The film marks Foust’s directorial debut, and he also co-stars with Glen Gould, Lanette Ware and Elizabeth Saunders.

 “We are thrilled to showcase Bella Thorne like you’ve never seen her before, and we know her fans are going to love watching her take charge, and take names,” Screen Media said in a statement. “It is fitting that it will make its debut at this year’s Fantastic Fest, as we think it will be a favorite of genre fans everywhere.”

Fantastic Fest launches its virtual 2020 edition Thursday with the North American premiere of Ludovic and Zoran Boukherma’s French werewolf pic TeddyGirl screens Friday night.