It wasn’t that long ago that we put THE NIGHT EATS THE WORLD on your radar. Hell, we even talked about it on the Modern Horrors Podcast. Early reviews out of Tribeca praised the film for its energy and innovation, but we’ve discovered a new production layer that’s downright impressive. 

It turns out, THE NIGHT EATS THE WORLD was actually shot in two completely different languages. Meaning as soon as they finished a take in French, they would shoot again in English–effectively making two different movies in the process. Up to this point, only the French version with English subtitles has been screened, but now Blue Fox Entertainment (Eat Me, Primal Rage) is releasing the English version of the film on July 13th in limited theaters and digital platforms. 

To celebrate, we’ve got a brand new trailer to share. We have this one in-house, so we’ll have a review for you folks in the near future. Stay tuned, and check out the trailer while you wait. 

After waking up in an apartment the night after a raging party, Sam comes face to face with his new reality: an army of zombies have invaded the streets of Paris and he is one of the lone survivors. Petrified with fear, he barricades himself inside the building to survive. He wonders how long can he last in silence and solitude, and the answer comes when he learns that he’s not all alone after all.