trench 11 worms

With Rossif Sutherland, Robert Stadlober, Charlie Carrick, Shaun Benson. In the final days of WWI, an allied army unit led by a shell-shocked soldier is sent to investigate a mysterious abandoned German facility located deep underground. Trench 11 uses trench and tunnel warfare as a metaphor to explore the embedded, buried, yet inherent violence in men and war. Something goes wrong and the worms cross over to humans, namely the garrison of the facility. Trench 11 does a good job of pulling off a successful sci-fi horror experience. The release date of the movie is set to: – in select theaters: August 31, 2018; Scherman’s past experience training under the likes of David Cronenberg is illustrated when we see gallons of parasitic nightmare worms pouring out of poor Fritz’s face after a shotgun blast to the head. Directed by Leo Scherman. TRENCH 11. A group of Allied soldiers – led by Lieutenant Berton (Rossif Sutherland) – are tasked with tunnelling underneath a German compound. They wind up discovering a horrifying secret instead of gaining an advantage over the enemy. The film is directed by Leo Scherman from a script he co-wrote with Matt Booi. The movie's premise is that the Germans are developing worms to infect their enemies' livestock. For those who don’t know Helminthophobia, scoleciphobia or vermiphobia is the fear of worms. Trench 11 takes place on November 2nd, 1918 on the Western Front, right near the end of the Hundred Days Offensive. Will you give a try to this vermiphobia-inducing movie? Trench 11 is a zombie film (sort of), it’s a First World War film, it’s a science-run-amok film. What they find is fate worse than death. Violence is contagious.

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