The Superdeep is one of the best foreign horror films released this year. This Russian movie resembles the 1982 version of The Thing as a team investigates something strange in a deep mine that’s 12,000 feet into the Earth. They’ll soon uncover that the Russians unearthed something that should stay buried.
The Superdeep stars Milena Radulovic (The Balkin Line0, Nikita Dyuvbanov (Abigail), Kirill Kovbas (Ikariya), Vadim Demchog (Son of a Rich), and Sergey Ivanyuk (Z’olushka). Arseniy Sukhim (Lockout) directed the film from a script written by Victor Bondaryuk (Deadly Still).
Here is the official synopsis:
In The Superdeep, the Russian Kola Superdeep Borehole is the largest drilling project in the world, attempting to drill as far as possible into the Earth’s crust. After reaching depths of nearly seven miles below the surface, unexplained sounds resembling the screams and moans of numerous people were people were reported and the borehole was shut down. But when a small team of scientists and military personnel set out to unearth the source of the strange sounds, they end up discovering the greatest threat that humanity has ever faced.
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Besides the horror traces of The Thing in this film, the special effects are spectacular that’ll be revealed in the upcoming Blu-ray and DVD special features. You’ll fall in love with the 1980s inspired type of films. Of course, the film is inspired by true events, so hopefully, they’re just referring that someone tried to drill very deep into the crust in the Earth and not discover what’s lurking down there.
The Superdeep will be available on Blu-ray and DVD for January 4 next year.
Check out the trailer and box art below. Let us know what you think of it.
Source: RLJE Films