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Asa Butterfield and Iola Evans must Choose or Die in the trailer for the new horror movie

CHOOSE OR DIE. (L-R) Iola Evans as Kayla and Asa Butterfield as Issac in Choose or Die. Cr. © CURSR FILMS LIMITED 2022

Anton and Stigma Films have announced that Choose or Die will be available globally on Netflix from 15 April 2022. A dark twist on the ‘80’s gaming obsession, the horror-thriller stars Asa Butterfield (Sex Education, Greed), Iola Evans (The 100, Carnival Row) and Eddie Marsan (Sherlock Holmes, Happy Go Lucky). The film also features horror maestro Robert Englund (the iconic Freddy Kreuger in A Nightmare on Elm Street). Rounding out the cast is Angela Griffin (The Hollow, Harlots), Kate Fleetwood (Beirut, Star Wars: Episode VII), Ryan Gage (The Hobbit, The Musketeers) and Joe Bolland (The Trial of Christine Keeler).

In pursuit of an unclaimed $125,000 prize, a broke college dropout (Iola Evans) decides to play an obscure, 1980s survival computer game. But The Game curses her, and she’s faced with dangerous choices and reality-warping challenges. After a series of unexpectedly terrifying moments, she realizes she’s no longer playing for the money, but for her life and so teams up with her friend Isaac (Asa Butterfield). The Game locks her into an inescapable cycle of mind-bending horror. Stopping is not an option. It’s choose or die!

Produced by Anton’s Sebastien Raybaud and John Zois and Stigma Films’ Matthew James Wilkinson (Yesterday, Days of the Bagnold Summer, Amulet), CHOOSE OR DIE is directed by Toby Meakins (Breath, Floor 9.5) and written by Simon Allen (The Watch, Das Boot, The Musketeers).

Liam Howlett has composed an edgy and atmospheric soundtrack representing his first outing as a composer responsible for the entire sonic landscape of a movie. As the creative driving force behind the widely acclaimed British band ‘The Prodigy’ Liam Howlett has a reputation for incredible work as a song writer and producer. With 7 consecutive number 1 studio albums in the U.K. to his credit and millions of global album sales, his award-winning studio work (which includes seminal titles such as ‘Firestarter’ and ‘Out of Space’) has been accompanied across the years by many incendiary live performances in front of millions of fans. Whilst Howlett’s work has appeared in the context of many high profile and critically acclaimed films (including The Matrix, Kick Ass and Repo Men), he most recently provided a fresh take on Breathe in the company of RZA for the soundtrack of Fast and Furious 9.

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