“ATTACK ON TITAN” Film Stomps Into U.S. Theaters This Fall


With October quickly approaching, horror and sci-fi fans will be scavenging the internet for genre flicks to satisfy their insatiable hunger for horror and suspense. Well, look no further genre fans: the live-action version of the highly acclaimed Japanese manga, Shingeki no Kyojin, or better known in the states via its anime adaptation ATTACK ON TITAN, is finally reaching North American theaters! With Part 1 premiering September 30th and screening again October 1st and 7th, and Part 2 being released October 20th with an additional showings on October 22nd and 27th, the ultimate battle between man and monster will be seen in all its horrific glory.

ATTACK ON TITAN follows the surviving group of humans who must fight against the apocalyptic forces of the gigantic and immortal titans that are hell bent on devouring mankind. With visually stunning cinematography and stunning direction that could only come from the mind of director Shinji Higuchi, ATTACK ON TITAN is destined to be a film that stands out in the survival horror sub genre.

After the success of the film’s world premiere in Los Angeles and screenings at the Fantasia Film Festival in Toronto, the FUNimation-released film, produced by the Japanese powerhouse Toho Company will be shown in 300 theaters across the U.S.  Mike DuBoise, COO of FUNimation says, “We know ATTACK ON TITAN will draw people new to anime, as well as fans of horror and sci-fi… this movie does not disappoint.” For tickets, local showings, and trailers for both parts of ATTACK ON TITAN, visit AttackOnTitanTheMovie.com.  

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