‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ is an interesting movie to watch if you plan to go out this weekend. ‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ is a dark fantasy flick set to challenge your imagination and watching ‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ on 3D cinema is a plus.
Set in 1700‘s era, ‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ will surprise the audience with startling scenes and the story itself is worth the almost two hour film.
Produced by Russian Film Group and Marins Group, ‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ stars Jason Flemyng from The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) and Charles Dance who plays Tywin Lannister in HBO’s Game of Thrones.
‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ is the name of the dark and notorious monster responsible for the deaths of many village folk in a sleepy 17th century Ukrainian village. Viy’s most terrifying ability is to murder and cut through the soul of any one with just the gaze of his many eyes.
The movie revolves around the voyages of a cartographer, Jonathan Green, who was spellbound by a heavy fog on his way to Eastern Europe and chanced upon a Ukrainian village which is under siege by the monster Viy and thus began his crusade to end the village’s misery.
We saw the exclusive premiere of ‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ at MyCinema in Greenbelt 3 last night and we enjoyed the movie from our seat.
Be sure to catch ‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ when it opens in your favorite cinemas and aside from enjoying the film, moviegoers will get the chance to win an iPhone 6 by simply taking photos or selfies of the movie ticket purchased. Participants must write their name and signature on their movie ticket and take selfie with the ‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ movie ticket.
Make sure that you go to ‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ Official Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/VIYSpiritofevilph and click the ‘Watch and Win iPhone 6 promo logo‘ for the next step and complete details. There will be three winners to drawn on October 25, 28, and 31 and will be announced on Futuretainment Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/futuretainmentinc, the Futuretainment Instagram @futureupdate, and registered mail.
Additional info. ‘Viy: The Spirit of Evil’ became a certified hit in Russia and brought home $17 million, an all-time record for a Russian movie.
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