Into the Storm

Into the Storm
Into the Storm

Year

2014

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

The landscape of America’s Tornado Alley is deftly re-created in this VFX packed blockbuster that reminds us of the devastation wrought by Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina. Set in the fictional town of Silverton, there’s meteorological trouble brewing and chaotically it’s the day of the High School’s graduation ceremony. Into the Storm is presented through ‘found footage’ as though we’re watching through the eyes of the storm chasers, video bloggers and mobile phone users all caught up in one heck of a storm!

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Contains sustained moderate threat, moderate language and mild sex references.

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