‘JeruZalem’ Gets U.S. Release, Plus Trailer

The biblical horror film ‘JeruZalem’ is hitting theaters in the U.S. and VOD January 22.   Epic Pictures financed the film and is releasing it in the states.    The story centers around two American girls who vacation in Jersusalem and meet a mysterious anthropology student while there partying.   Things take a serious turn when a biblical prophecy comes true during Yom Kippur. It opens up the gates to hell and unleashes the Apocalypse and the three must find a way to survive as the world is ending.  The film stars  Yael Grobglas (Jane the Virgin), Danielle Jadelyn and Yon Tumarkin.

The film serves as a new take on POV/found-footage films, with the use of the main character’s Google-Glass inspired eye wear worn during the film.  Brothers Doron Paz and Yoav Paz wrote, directed and produced the film.   Rotem Levin, Nir Miretzky, Boris Zeleny and Uri Levanon co-produced and   Epic Pictures’ Shaked Berenson and Patrick Ewald executive produced.

You can view the trailer below.

Source: Deadline

 

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