EMBRYO: Uncork'd Acquires Patricio Valladares' Horror Project For North America

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EMBRYO: Uncork'd Acquires Patricio Valladares' Horror Project For North America
ScreenDaily announced at the end of August that Uncork’d have picked up North American (Canada, Estados Unidos y Mexico) rights for Patrico Valladares' horror flick Embryo
...a couple camping in the woods whose trip takes a turn for the worse when the woman is abducted and impregnated by aliens.
After Evelyn develops a taste for humans and attacks a doctor, the couple flee for the big city in the hope of expelling the force that has taken over Evelyn’s body.
We shared some of the first images from this new project from Valladares back in 2018 when production began. He was in the final stages, nearly finished when the global pandemic hit, so Valladares had to get creative when Chile went into its lengthy lockdown.
When the pandemic halted the final stages of production in Chile and prevented Valladares from filming with his crew, he deployed a novel approach to get Embryo past the finish line.
The director, whose credits include Downhill and Nightworld, layered in old footage from a mountain hiking trip with his wife, and used film from a sightseeing expedition in London during the European premiere of Hidden In The Woods at Frightfest 2012.
The filmmaker shot additional scenes at home without crew using his own kit, including a camera and iPhone. The project from Chile-based Vallastudio Films was produced by Keating, Francisco Inostroza, and Valladares.
Valladares negotiated his own sale. 
Embryo is a very cool and stylised horror film and Patricio has crafted a nifty little thriller,” said Uncork’d president Keith Leopard. “Right now, some of the best horror is coming from outside the US and I’m thrilled to be working with Patricio on the release next year.”
Keating and Valladares added, “We’re extremely happy to partner with Uncork’d, because Keith and his team are true horror fans that we believe can help our movie to find the best possible audience in North America, and we can’t wait to share it with them, as well as the rest of the world.”
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Patricio ValladaresBarry KeatingRomina PerazzoDomingo GuzmánCarolina EscobarCristian CuentrejoHorrorSci-Fi

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