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Horror Comes in 3s with ‘The Eschatrilogy’

New from the folks at Safehouse Pictures UK, arrives a new micro budget anthology titled ‘The Eschatrilogy’

Synopsis:
In a world overrun with monsters a young man named Matthew hides away in a hilltop camp. Matthew spends his days in solitude, collecting and burning the dead, until one day a stranger wanders into his sanctuary. The drifter carries with him a book containing three tales of the apocalypse. Matthew reads as a family home is ripped apart when the horror outside forces its way within, a turn of the page sees a young man navigate deadly streets to be reunited with his family and in the final entry a father struggles to save his son from the undead masses. As the mysterious traveller begins to reveal his true intentions can Matthew piece together the stories and find the key to saving himself before he becomes just another entry in The Eschatrilogy.

More info on this release can be foundΒ  at www.safehousepicturesuk.com

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