Delivery: The Beast Within (2013)
Delivery: The Beast Within (2013) will be getting a limited theatrical release this May 30, 2014. You will get to see Delivery: The Beast Within early on VOD starting May 27, 2014 if you are really eager to watch the horror film. Pregnancy is really taking a scary turn this year with Devil’s Due, NBC’s Rosemary’s Baby and even Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones all starting with demons and the pregnancy phase. I watched the trailer and I do not see anything original so far but I am definitely watching this horror movie first chance I get. Laurel Vail, Danny Barclay and Rob Cobuzio star in Brian Netto‘s Delivery: The Beast Within.
Synopsis: Delivery tells the story of Kyle and Rachel Massy, a young couple who agree to document their first pregnancy for a family-oriented reality show. The production spirals out-of-control after the cameras capture a series of unexplained events, leading Rachel to believe that a malevolent spirit has possessed their unborn child.
Los Angeles-based entertainment management and production company The Collective has acquired the U.S. rights to paranormal thriller DELIVERY: THE BEAST WITHIN (aka DELIVERY), and will be releasing the feature in theaters and on VOD this May. A limited theatrical run in NYC, Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, and Indianapolis is set for May 30th, 2014 with the movie hitting cable VOD on all major platforms three days prior on May 27th.
Directed by Brian Netto and produced by Adam Schindler (who also co-wrote the screenplay with Netto), DELIVERY: THE BEAST WITHIN stars Laurel Vail, Danny Barclay, and Rob Cobuzio in the paranormal thriller that has been generating buzz since it premiered last summer at the L.A. Film Festival.
DELIVERY: THE BEAST WITHIN tells the story of Kyle and Rachel Massy, a young couple who agree to document their first pregnancy for a family-oriented reality show. As the camera continues to capture strange events, Rachel begins to believe that a malevolent spirit has possessed their unborn child. Told through the show’s un-aired footage and interviews with friends, family and production members, this savvy debut feature leverages the voyeuristic properties of reality television to present a fresh perspective on classic horror themes of possession and the paranormal– and delivers enough eeriness to keep you on the edge of your seat.