Well these images from writer-director Dennis Iliadis’ thriller +1 certainly up the sexy party vibe a bit. Featuring stars Rhys Wakefield (The Purge), Ashley Hinshaw (Chronicle), Natalie Hall (All My Children) and Logan Miller (The Bling Ring) in various states of undress, these new pics make it look as if life is nothing but a party. It all starts out that way until a strange event gives the guests multiple chances at changing their fates throughout the course of the night; complications multiply as more and more of their body doubles begin to populate the house. Take a look at the film’s trailer to get a better idea. Hit the jump to check out the NSFW new images. +1 opens in select theaters and on-demand starting September 20th.
If you’ve ever watched a college party movie and thought to yourself, “This could use a lot more sci-fi and time clones,” then +1 might be the picture you’ve been waiting for. From writer-director Dennis Iliadis (The Last House on the Left), +1 mashes up parties and paradoxes in this original take that debuted at SXSW. When a strange event at a wild house party gives the guests multiple chances at changing their fates throughout the course of the night, complications multiply as more and more of their body doubles begin to populate the house.
+1 stars Rhys Wakefield (The Purge), Ashley Hinshaw (Chronicle), Natalie Hall (All My Children) and Logan Miller (The Bling Ring). Hit the jump to watch the trailer and check out the film’s poster.
Just last week the official lineup for the upcoming 2013 SXSW Film Festival was announced, and today the fest has unveiled its lineups for the midnight and shorts categories. While films like Before Midnight, Much Ado About Nothing, Evil Dead, and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone will screen in the film festival’s other sections, the midnight lineup includes films like Rob Zombie’s The Lords of Salem, the anthology sequel V/H/S/2 (which recently changed its title from S-V/H/S), and the much buzzed-about horror pic You’re Next. Hit the jump to take a look at the full lineup.