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Spooky submarine flick Phantom has itself a new quad & trailer!

10.14.2011by: Jared Pacheco
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It was just a couple weeks ago that Jake was strutting around telling us how the great David Duchovny was gearing up to replace Andy Garcia in Todd Robinson's submarine horror flick PHANTOM and now here I am with not only a new quad for the flick, but a trailer too!

Now before you get all excited let me warn you that today's updates aren't really much worth getting excited about. Firstly the 'new' quad hasn't even been updated with Duchovny's name - it's still got Garcia on there! Not to mention the fact that it's basically a retooled version of the PHANTOM poster we gave you a look at back in August. As if you haven't guessed yet you can scope out the 'new' quad directly above.

Then below we've got a trailer for this thing from the flick's official website. Now the trailer is a tease in every sense of the word considering one of the flick's main stars just signed on a couple weeks ago. Needless to say the 'trailer' is more of a promo video with no real footage from the flick. Regardless you can tap that shite by scrolling below or heading over to our videos section.

Suspicion between the superpowers is at its peak and the Americans are staging a mass Naval exercise in the Pacific. To observe the manoeuvres submarine Captain Dmitri Zubov, an experienced sailor but a man troubled by a past he struggles to live with, sets sail on what is the final mission of Soviet submarine B756. Armed with multiple torpedoes and a single tactical nuclear ballistic missile the sub is also fitted with a cloaking device that can render them invisible to the Americans.

When B756 fails to make a position report - the last that is heard from the sub it was 500 nautical miles NW of the Hawaiian Islands - Fleet Command classifies the vessel as missing. Fearing western retaliation they send their entire fleet after B756.

Meanwhile deep under the Pacific Ocean Captain Zubov and the ship’s crew of the B-756 uncover a plot that will destroy humanity. Zubov is determined to foil the plot but as the sub is pushed to its very limits and air supplies diminish, he and the crew face almost impossible odds and an increasingly unsettling sense that they are not alone...

Along with the newly cast Duchovny PHANTOM is also set to star Ed Harris, William Fichtner, Natascha McElhone (below), Julian Adams and Jason Gray-Stanford. Now I'm a fan of Duchovny's just as much as the next guy but let's face it - William Fichtner is the man! I'm sold on anything that dude is in.

Unfortunately that's all we've got on PHANTOM thus far but expect a lot more updates on this one as we spill into the new year.

PHANTOM (2012) - Trailer

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Extra Tidbit: David Duchovny is no stranger to our genre, having starred in the hit supernatural show "The X-Files."

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5:34PM on 10/14/2011
I'm definitely interested in seeing this, but holy shit that teaser trailer was bad. They should just shit can that promo until they get something more concrete. "In five days the fate of the world will lie in the hands of...one man." Doesn't get any more cliched than that. And check out that font they used for the title. I haven't seen that font since Microsoft Office Windows 98 edition. I'll still check this out though. The quad looks good.
I'm definitely interested in seeing this, but holy shit that teaser trailer was bad. They should just shit can that promo until they get something more concrete. "In five days the fate of the world will lie in the hands of...one man." Doesn't get any more cliched than that. And check out that font they used for the title. I haven't seen that font since Microsoft Office Windows 98 edition. I'll still check this out though. The quad looks good.
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