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Phone-app horror i-Lived comes to DVD and digital in June/July
8 June 2016
From the director of Maniac and the forthcoming Amytiville: The Awakening Franck Khalfoun and the executive producer team behind It Follows, comes a fresh new horror i-Lived, which makes its UK DVD debut alongside a digital release in June/July from Second Sight.
20-something Josh’s life is a mess, recently single and struggling to pay his rent, he’s trying to forge a career as an online app reviewer. His latest assignment is a new self-help app called ‘I-Lived’. Simply tell it what you want to achieve and it will give you the steps you must complete to reach your goals. As Josh follows the app’s instructions he begins to see his life turn around. But as his wishes escalate, the tasks he is set take a sinister and ultimately horrific turn.
For the life you’ve always dreamed of sign up to i-Lived, but be careful what you wish for.
i-Lived will be available as download to own from 27th June, on-demand 4th July and on DVD on 11th July from Second Sight at the RRP of £10.99 for the DVD.
The i-Lived app is also available from iTunes and Google. It’s a new way to watch a film and syncs with the film – play on any device and the app will listen to the soundtrack and send timed message, videos and clues throughout the film. The i-Lived app creates a full immersive experience using speakers, flashlight and vibrations.