Vampire Film ‘Living Among Us’ Sets Its Fangs Into Theaters This February

January 18, 2018

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The star-studded vampire film Living Among Us has set its fangs into a release date.
In Living Among Us, “Vampires have just made themselves public, and a documentary crew have been invited by their sectional leader to spend time with a family of vampires to see how they live. When they discover their secrets, how much danger will they put themselves in to get the footage they need? Living Among Us is an entertaining, modern supernatural horror and a commentary on today’s society, media and politics.”

The film stars the late John Heard (Home Alone), alongside Ésme Bianco (Game of Thrones), Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Pie), William Sadler (The Shawshank Redemption), James Russo (Django Unchained), Andrew Keegan (10 Things I Hate About You), Jordan Hinson (Eureka), Hunter Gomez (National Treasure), and Jessica Morris (The Wrong Man).

Writer-director Brian A. Metcalf had this to say about the film:

Living Among Us is a contemporary horror film that takes the traditional vampire mythos and fuses it with modern day science and technology.” He continues, “Living Among US is a commentary on today’s society and politics. It examines how some might react when put into a difficult situation , how ratings can take importance over safety and how others will hide behind a façade in order to shield their true selves from the public.”

Thomas Ian Nicholas, Brian A. Metcalf, William Sadler, Thomas Ian Nicholas, James Russo, Esme Bianco, Andrew Keegan and John Heard produced with Ben Chan serving as executive producer.

Living Among Us will open in theaters across the US on Friday, February 2, 2018, from Vision Films and Red Compass Media.

Cinema Village, New York City, NY |

Ahrya Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA |

Galaxy Riverbank 12, Sacramento, CA |

Davis Theater, Chicago, IL |

Monroe 12, Seattle, WA |

Alamo Drafthouse, Dallas, TX |

Galaxy Highland 10, Austin, TX |

Alamo Drafthouse, Phoenix, AZ |

Royal Oak 11, Detroit, MI |

East Bethel 10, East Bethel, MN |

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