Video Services Corp.,
A f—ked up fairy tale
Directed by Chris and Ben Blaine
Opens February 12
Toronto – Cineplex Yonge and Dundas (10 Dundas St E)
Halifax – Cineplex Park Lane (5657 Spring Garden R)
Vancouver – VanCity Theatre (1181 Seymour St)
Also on demand and on iTunes February 12
Fantasia Film Festival 2015
Vancouver International Film Festival 2015
Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2015
Another Hole in the Head Film Festival 2015
Best Film – Total Film Frightfest Awards
Most Promising Newcomer – British Independent Film Awards
Audience Choice Award – Morbido Fest
“A superb horror film in every respect.” –Collider
“Sure to satisfy even the most twisted horror fans.” – Bloody Disgusting
Indie horror festival favourite Nina Forever, the first feature of brothers Chris and Ben Blaine, comes to Canada beginning on February 12 from Video Services Corp.
Holly (Abigail Hardingham) has fallen in love with Rob (Cian Barry), and wants to save him. As she trains to become a paramedic, she works a dead end job in a supermarket where Rob, lost and angry since the death of his girlfriend Nina (Fiona O’Shaughnessy), is the only remarkable thing.
Drawn into a relationship, the first time they’re in bed together so is Nina. A tangled and bloody mess of broken limbs, she is very much dead but still here, still talking, and still angry. Determined to be the one who heals Rob’s wounds, Holly deals with the dead girl sharing their bed, their lives and their minds. If it’s what Rob needs, it’s what Holly will do, whatever the consequences…
About Video Services Corp.
Founded in 1993 by former rock critic Jonathan Gross, Video Services Corp. (VSC) is a leading independent all-platform film distributor with offices in Toronto and Los Angeles. VSC’s DVD catalogue includes “Corner Gas,” Sharknado, “Richard Lewis: Bundle of Nerves,” and Don Cherry’s Rock’em Sock’em Hockey series. Recent theatrical releases include Sundance 2015 Grand Jury Prize winner for U.S. Documentary The Wolfpack, TIFF 2015 Grolsch People’s Choice Documentary Award first runner-up This Changes Everything, and 2015 Berlinale Golden Bear winner Jafar Panahi’s Taxi. Upcoming titles include TIFF selection Sunset Song, and Telluride hit Viva.