United Front Entertainment and Black Fawn Distribution have announced the acquisition of another film from Canadian studio Breakthrough Entertainment and rising genre film production house Black Fawn Films: the terrifying new horror sequel, Antisocial 2. The film is a direct sequel to the 2013 festival hit Antisocial and features the return of Michelle Mylett (Letterkenny, Antisocial, The Drownsman) in the starring role. Exclusive new artwork has just been revealed with the film slated to hit DVD on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. The film is currently available on iTunes.
Years after having her newborn child stolen from her, Sam (Michelle Mylett) searches the world infested with infected users from the Social Redroom website. After befriending a young girl named Bean, Sam is captured and locked in a facility dedicated to finding a cure for the Redroom Virus. Trapped and tortured, Sam tries to escape the facility before an impending update on the Redroom site hits 100% and unleashes its final phase of attack.
Directed by Cody Calahan (Antisocial, Let Her Out), produced by Canadian horror leaders Black Fawn Films (Bite, Bed of the Dead, The Drownsman) and distributed worldwide by Breakthrough Entertainment, Antisocial 2 was shot on location in Toronto, Ontario. Antisocial 2 was written by Cody Calahan, Chad Archibald and Jeff Maher and stars Michelle Mylett, Stephen Bogaert, Josette Halpert, Samuel Faraci, Kassandra Santos and Kristina Nicoll. The film was produced by Chad Archibald, Cody Calahan and Christopher Giroux. Antisocial 2 was executively produced by Nat Abraham, Tim Brown, Marina Cordoni, Ira Levy, Michael McGuigan and Peter Williamson.
Antisocial 2 is the second film to be released through the new Canadian distribution partnership between United Front Entertainment, Black Fawn Distribution and studio Breakthrough Entertainment. “United Front Entertainment is excited to be reconnecting with the amazing team at Black Fawn Distribution and Breakthrough Entertainment to distribute the infectious sequel Antisocial 2,” states United Front Co-Founder Rob Herholz.