Official TIFF selection Downrange debuted it’s first poster, and an intense first-look clip on Collider earlier today. Directed by Ryuhei Kitamura (The Midnight Meat Train, Versus) Downrange has it’s world premiere this Friday as part of the festival’s Midnight Madness programme.
Official Synopsis for Downrange:
Six college students are carpooling cross-country when one of their tires blows out on a desolate stretch of country road. Getting out to fix the flat, they quickly discover that this was no accident. The tire was shot out. With their vehicle incapacitated, the group is pinned down and mercilessly attacked by an unseen assailant as they desperately attempt to find a way to escape.
Born in Osaka, Japan and raised in Australia, director Ryuhei Kitamura now resides in Los Angeles, California. Bursting onto the film scene with with 2000’s Versus, Kitamura achieved international fame through a series of wildly adventurous, violent features, including the box office smashes Azumi (2003) and Godzilla: Final Wars (2004). In 2008, he directed his first American film, Midnight Meat Train, starring Bradley Cooper, and in 2012, directed Luke Evans in WWE Studios’ No One Lives. His next film, Doorman, will star Katie Holmes and Jean Reno, and is slated to begin photography in early 2018.