The vampire film Living Among Us from Brian A. Metcalf gets a new release date.

I have mentioned it before, the found film genre needs some new life breathed into it. The new vampire flick called Living Among Us just may be the film to do it. If you are not aware of this film yet, check out a trailer for it below.

Vision Films and Red Compass Media have announced that Living Among Us will now hit select theaters across the U.S on Friday, February 2nd, 2018. A lot sooner than originally anticipated.

Synopsis: Vampires have just made themselves public! Now a group of documentarians have been granted access to spend some time with them and learn how they live and coexist with humans. But as reality sets in, the crew realize they are in for far more than they bargained for.

Living Among Us was directed and written by Brian A. Metcalf who also produced the film with Thomas Ian Nicholas.

The film stars the late John Heard (Home Alone), 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).

Best known for his role as the father in the Home Alone movie series, Living Among Us is the final movie starring John Heard, who passed away in July 2017. Heard plays the role of Andrew, the father of the vampire family, alongside his wife Elleanor.

Don’t miss Living Among Us when it opens at the following list of participating theaters starting Friday, February 2nd.

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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