Trailer: A sorcerer takes on demons in Argentine horror film Legions

Last Updated on July 30, 2021

With director Fabian Forte's supernatural horror film LEGIONS currently in post-production, FilmSharks has picked up the world sales rights to the project – and have also acquired the remake rights.

Made in Argentina, LEGIONS was produced by Coruya Cine and stars Germán De Silva, Lorena Vega, and Ezequiel Rodriguez. The story centers on 

an incarcerated man who must summon his powers of sorcery to escape and rescue his daughter from danger.

Forte describes his film as 

a supernatural story that mixes different narrative lines and genres. The story is fantastic, and contains irony, humor and obviously the elements of the horror genre. These ingredients, plus strong and human characters, evil and imaginary beings (or perhaps not), the dizzying pace and the climates of tension create a product designed for a young audience, where adrenaline and humor are the support to tell a mystical and critical history of the modern world and the lack of beliefs."

With FilmSharks now preparing to present LEGIONS to potential distributors, a trailer has arrived online and can be seen above. This movie seems pretty cool to me, I like the concept of a sorcerer battling demons and it looks like the possessed people could be fun to watch.

Hopefully LEGIONS is awesome, because if FilmSharks gets their way we're going to be seeing more than one version of this story get told.

Source: Deadline

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