The Bay is an upcoming horror film just in time for the Halloween season. This new movie is produced by the makers of Insidious and Paranormal Activity will surely bring fear to a new level. The Bay revolves around the events that happen in Chesapeake Bay which is located in Maryland. Two French researchers find a high level of toxicity in the town’s water. They try to alert the mayor but he refuses to create panic and due to this decision a plague hits everyone. This deadly plague uses people as hosts for a mutant breed of deadly parasites which takes control of their bodies and minds. Check out the latest news on this upcoming film, The Bay:
“The Bay: A New Film For Horror Fans
Are you fed up with found footage? Think it’s time the stratagem was moved up to the next level? You may even see the whole thing as a pointless gimmick. Prepare to be knocked out. The Bay bursts through the home-video barrier to present not the record from a single camcorder but a comprehensive montage of the different kinds of audiovisual data, public and private, that were generated by the events it portrays. In so doing, it offers a fresh and arresting insight into the way we’re now documenting our history.
That’s point one. Point two is that the terror evoked this time doesn’t depend on fantasy fears about ghosts, aliens, cannibals or zombies. It’s prompted by phenomena that could actually occur, or almost have done, and should therefore scare the rationally oriented even more than timorous types. This is horror for grown-ups.
Donna (played note-perfectly by Kether Donohue) is a novice journalist putting together a video exposé of a scandal that has been suppressed by the authorities. Three years earlier, she was a callow intern covering Fourth of July celebrations in a small Maryland seaside resort for local TV. The sun shone, children paddled and contestants in a crab-eating competition cheerily threw up.
Then some of the frolickers came out in rashes. These turned into blisters, boils and appalling lesions, resulting in horrible agony and a disgusting death. The condition spread and hospitals were overwhelmed; the disease control centre was baffled. It turned out that the culprit was a primitive fish parasite that had developed a taste for humans.
Hundreds of tonnes of steroid-rich excrement dumped into the sea from a local chicken farm had caused the mutation. Warnings of potential risks had been ignored and, even as the body count mounted, officialdom was denying the danger. Eventually, the town was quarantined, the critters were exterminated, the surviving townspeople were bribed to keep their mouths shut and the whole incident was hushed up.
Now Donna is blowing the gaff by aggregating her tapes from the day with an imposing array of CCTV and webcam footage, emergency service vehicle recordings, Skype conference calls between panicking officials, TV news output, video from deceased holidaymakers’ cameraphones, and much else. It’s not clear how she got hold of this stuff; the Pulitzer judges will clearly be pretty impressed. Nonetheless, it all makes for a compulsively gripping tale.”
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The Bay stars Kristen Connolly, Jane McNeill, Christopher Denham and is directed by Barry Levinson. Watch out for it in theatres on November 2nd 2012
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