With an article title too good not to steal, Bloody Disgusting reports on a new post-apocalyptic horror film called Drought which was recently screened at the Edinburgh film festival. Check it out:
The Works International is partnering with Mann Made Films on The Drought, an ecological action horror set in a terrifying post-apocalyptic world. The film will be directed by Lawrence Gough, winner of the Trailblazer Award for emerging talent at this year’s Edinburgh Film Festival for his debut feature, Salvage. Colin O’Donnell, Gough’s long time writing partner, is writing the script. The Drought is set in a near future where the world is plunged into a state of emergency with millions dying of thirst and national infrastructures collapsing. A desperate couple who have avoided the mass exoduses and eked out an existence in their suburban home, head for London in a last-ditch attempt to find the water they badly need to save themselves and their ailing daughter.
Interesting take on the post-apocalyptic setting. It's not a disaster that triggers it, but rather a gradual decline of society. I'll be looking out for more news about this one.