Choose or die is an upcoming horror thriller movie which is directed by Toby Meakins. It is Meakins’ feature directional debut. Know more about it by reading the following article.
Choose Or Die: Release Date
For fans who are eagerly waiting for this thriller movie, the release date is out. Choose or die is going to release on 15 of April 2022. It is going to be 1 hour 24 min long movie.
Choose Or Die: Where to Watch
It is going to release on Netflix. Fans can watch it on Netflix. Netflix acquired the worldwide distribution rights of the movie. They got the right is June 2021.
Choose Or Die: Cast
Sex Education starer ASA BUTTERFIELD as Issac. The English actor started acting at a very minor age of 7. He secured many minor roles in the year 2006 television drama AFTER THOMAS and the film SON OF RAMBOW is the year 2007. He gained popularity with the series SEX EDUCATION which was released on Netflix.
- IOLA EVANS as Kayla
- EDDIE MARSAN as Hal
- ROBERT ENGLUND as Himself
- Kate Fleetwood as Laura
- Ryan Gage as Lance
- ANGELA GRIFFIN as Thea
- JOE BOLLAND as Beck
Production of The Movie
In the year 2021 in the month of June, it was officially announced that Butterfield, Evans and Marsan were cast in the movie. The shooting occurred in London. It was wrapped in the Month of April in the year 2021.
This movie is written by Simon Ellen. It was produced by Sebastien Raybaud, John Zois and Matthew James Wilkinson. The production companies are Anton and Stigma films.
Choose Or Die: Spoilers
The story runs around a broke student who participates in an obscure 1980s survival computer game in pursuit of an unclaimed $100,000 cash award. She faces some terrifying moments. After a series of unexpectedly terrifying moments, she soon realizes that she is no longer playing it for the money but for her own life.
She releases a hidden curse that breaks the reality apart after firing up a long-lost game of the 80s and ’80s. That was not only just terrifying but was also compelling her to make horrifying decisions with deadly results.
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