First Details for Ryuhei Kitamura’s Dead Water

Chris Savage

Dead Water ArtAs many of you know, the American Film Market is on the horizon, and with that, a slew of films will be crawling out of the woodwork to go on sale at the upcoming event. With that, we can reveal that Ryuhei Kitamura is once again unleashing an English-language flick, and this one is entitled Dead Water.

At this time it is unknown as to who will star in this one, but we have scored an early synopsis and some very small art which you can see to the right.

The film is expected to have a budget of $3M-5M.

SynopsisLed by our heroine a few scientists are sealed inside an Eco Station -a self-sufficient environment deep in the desert.

The survivors in the Station know the deadly truth. They know that when the end finally came, it wasn’t what anyone expected.

It wasn’t a virus that killed the planet. It wasn’t a curse from Hell.

It was the water…

A chemical process, triggered somewhere in the world, got out of control and changed the molecular composition of H2O as we know it.

Suddenly drinking it, bathing in it, even touching water would change a human into…

Something else.
Something unimaginable.
Something deadly…

Does this spark any interest for you?

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      1. james October 23, 2013 at 10:13 am

        Great, realistic premise for a horror movie. I mean, we are so close to having killed our oceans around the world anyway… Japan is more radioactive than ever, and the oil spill in the Gulf was abou 100x worse than they let on… whales, dolphins, seals, fish are all beaching themselves around the world at an alarming rate … it’s happening now.