Sorbo Puts the Fear of God in Something Beneath


And it isn’t pretty…

Update: We now have cover art!

Genius Products and RHI Entertainment release the ooze-tacular Something Beneath on DVD September 9th. Kevin Sorbo, Natalie Brown, Peter MacNeill and Brendan Beiser star in this thriller about a “cellular organism” living in a sewer system.

“So, it’s just a Blob rip-off, right?” I hear you ask. Nay, my friend. It’s Something Beneath.

Here’s get a taste of the plot synopsis: A new conference center has been constructed despite warnings by biologist Dr. Connelly (Beiser) that the grounds are toxic. At the center’s inaugural Clean Planet conference, one of the delegates is found dead, his face frozen in fear. Adding to the odd disturbances is a mysterious oily black slime oozing its way around the conference site. It’s soon discovered that the slime amassing on the lake front, clogging drains, seeping into rooms, and sliding along halls is a massive cellular organism living in the sewer system—highly intelligent, and capable of inducing fearful hallucinations in its victims. When the truth is revealed, Douglas Middleton (Sorbo), a priest attending the conference, joins security chief Mr. Deadmarsh (MacNeill) in evacuating guests. As the panic spreads, so does the slime – a pulsating, dripping, moving, inescapable, ecological disaster that is awakening everyone’s worst nightmares.”

Ah, so Sorbo’s a priest? This just started lookin’ much better.

Source: Genius Products