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First clip from Apartment 1303 3D, starring Mischa Barton and Rebeccas De Mornay

07.18.2013by: Kevin Woods

We've been keeping you up to date on Gravitas Ventures’ APARTMENT 1303 3D, set to be one of the first indie titles to play in 3D in theatres and on Video on Demand simultaneously.  It stars Mischa Barton (“The O.C.”), Rebecca De Mornay (THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE), and Julianne Michelle, and was written and directed by Michael Taverna. APARTMENT 1303 3D is based on a novel by Kei Ôishi and is a remake of a Japanese horror title of the same name.

Today we have a look at the film with the first clip, which features Barton and De Mornay engaging in discussion before...well, you'll see!

Having grown up under the controlling grip of her fame-hungry mother (Rebecca De Mornay), Janet Slate (Julianne Michelle) jumps at the opportunity to move into what looks to be a great high-rise apartment in downtown Detroit.  Yet some deals are too good to be true as one night her boyfriend Mark (Corey Sevier) finds her in the middle of the street - having fallen from the balcony thirteen stories above.

When her sister Lara (Mischa Barton) tries to investigate the mystery of what happened, she moves into the same apartment and encounters the odd neighbors in the building, including an eerie nine-year old girl who seems to somehow know the real reason for Janet’s fall.  Lara soon realizes that her sister’s death might spell the same fate for her unless she can overcome the strange events that are terrorizing the inhabitants in Apartment 1303.

The film will be hitting theaters and cable/internet VOD on July 25th , and is currently available for pre-order on DVD HERE and special pre-theatrical VOD HERE.

Extra Tidbit: Are you interested in checking out APARTMENT 1303 3D?

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