Indie Horror To Explore The Haunting Legacy of The Vietnam War
Multicom Entertainment presents M.I.A. A GREATER EVIL, a mysterious thriller revolving around the haunting past of the Vietnam War that deals with highly emotional and disturbing issues that have seemingly been swept under the rug. Directed by Abishek J. Baja and written by Peter Alan Lloyd, the horror film follows a group of American college students in search of gold in a Vietnamese jungle, when their quest goes awry.
Multicom released M.I.A. A GREATER EVIL today on DVD and all digital platforms including Amazon, iTunes, Google Play and various other platforms, as well as all cable and satellite providers.
A group of American college students embark on an expedition in search of gold throughout the war-torn jungles of Vietnam. Their dreams quickly unravel when an unintended detour leaves the group lost and wandering where many before them have curiously disappeared. A terrifying encounter at night makes them realize that they are not alone. Tensions brew, as echoes of the Vietnam War follow them through the battle ravaged jungle. Will they find an escape or become the next victims of a savage and grisly war?
M.I.A. A GREATER EVIL stars Valerie Bentson, Lamou Vissay, Sarah Ball, Mark Matula, Sahajak Boonthanakit, Dan Renalds, Eoin O’Brien, Byron Bishop, Lee Mason, Peter Alan Lloyd.
You can check out the trailer below.