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Review: Aftershock (directed by Nicholas Lopez)

YOU CAN ALSO READ ERIC W'S TAKE ON THE FILM HERE PLOT: When a massive Chilean earthquake traps a throng of tourists in an underground nightclub, a harrowing nightmare of chaos, extreme violence and ultimate survival ensues. REVIEW: Earthquakes are f*cking terrifying. As a native Californian, I can attest, particularly having lived through the infamous rumble of '89 (my...
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Exclusive 1:1 Interview with Aftershock Director Nicolás López

Nicolás López is one of the most extremely likable guys I’ve had the pleasure to meet. With the upcoming release of his latest horror flick AFTERSHOCK, the director was energetic and happily a huge fan of AITH. From his earlier work including QUE PENA TU VIDA, QUE PENA TU BODA and QUE PENA TU FAMILIA, the Chilean director is very familiar with comedy. Add to that mix...
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Exclusive 1:1 Interview with Aftershock stars Andrea Osvart and Lorenza Izzo

In the gruesome new feature film written and produced by Eli Roth and directed by Nicolás López AFTERSHOCK , there is a whole lot of bloodshed going on. Two of the shockingly gorgeous leading ladies include ANDREA OSVÁRT and LORENZA IZZO. The two play sisters who attempt to help each other during the devestation of a massive earthquake and its deadly consequences....
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05.08.2013
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Details for the theatrical release of Eli Roth's Aftershock

I know what a pain in the ass it can be to not know exactly which theaters a film like Eli Roth's AFTERSHOCK will be playing in when it gets a limited theatrical run, so here's a list of theaters in California that will be showing the upcoming earthquake thriller. So if you live in California and you want to see shit get destoryed this Friday, read on and find out which...
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05.06.2013
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Exclusive 1:1 Interview with writer, producer and star of Aftershock, Eli Roth

To be fair, movies like AFTERSHOCK freak me the f*ck out. Any kind of natural disaster flick or nuclear holocaust movie (doom and gloom stuff) is terrifying enough in my book, but when they feature the gruesome nature of the event in gory detail, that just makes me all sorts of uncomfortable. Thankfully though, as demented as this latest disaster horror flick gets, Eli Roth (who...
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