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There are many exciting genre releases to look forward to in the month of February. If you’re a sci-fi fan, Parallel from director Kourosh Ahari is set to hit theaters on February 23. Now, ahead of its haunting release, Parallel’s first trailer is a twisted take on a parents' worst nightmare. What’s ‘Parallel’ About? The film follows a couple, Vanessa and Alex (Danielle Deadwyler and Aldis Hodge), who go to their lake house to help cope with the recent loss of their son. They’re accompanied by Alex’s brother Martel (Edwin Hodge), but nothing can prepare them when Alex gets attacked by a parallel version of herself and different versions of the same person can’t coexist in the same place in the multiverse. The heavy trailer filled with grief does a great job setting the dyer tone and the compellingly tragic conundrum Alex faces. While this is being pegged as a sci-fi thriller, there are more than a few horror elements, creepy shots and concepts that are sure to peak any type of genr


The video features Hemsworth as a rookie officer, whose covert operation gets derailed, leaving him and his team stranded in enemy territory. It’s up to Crowe’s Air Force drone pilot character to guide them to safety before it’s too late. The film arrives in theaters on February 16, 2024.

Land of Bad CAST?

Ricky Whittle, Milo Ventimiglia, Daniel MacPherson, George Burgess, and more. It is executive produced by Luke Hemsworth, Tracey Robertson, Nathan Mayfield, Tracey Vieira, Jack Bear Liu, Vanessa Yao Guo, Delphine Perrier, Sophie Jordan, and more.

What is Land of Bad about?

“In the film, a covert Special Forces operation in the South Philippines spirals into a brutal 48-hour battle for survival,” reads the synopsis. “When an elite extraction team is ambushed deep in enemy territory, rookie officer Kinney (Hemsworth) is left outnumbered but determined to leave no man behind. With an air strike closing in, Kinney’s only hope hinges on the guidance of Air Force drone pilot Reaper (Crowe), navigating unknowable danger where every move could be their last. ”

Land of Bad is directed by William Eubank from a screenplay he co-wrote with David Frigerio. The R-rated film also stars Luke Hemsworth
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