Director Eli Roth produces and stars in Aftershock, playing an American tourist whose dreams of partying in Chile are destroyed after a devastating earthquake rips through the area. In this narrative, Mother Nature brings out the worst in humanity, as the tourist and his friends witness an array of violence and mayhem around them. The picture, directed by Nicolas Lopez, will have its share of gore, yet hopefully the project has its share of chilling moments as well.
During a recent interview to promote his new series Hemlock Grove, Mr. Roth explained why, when it comes to shooting horror and thriller driven features, it’s really not the excessive bloodletting and eviscerating that truly matters. For Roth, the beauty and effectiveness of a truly chilling sequences lies in the details.
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Aftershock opens today in select theaters.
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