THE DEVIL’S ROCK sold to nine territories worldwide so far


THE DEVIL'S ROCK, co-written by Paul Finch, has now been sold to the UK, USA, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, South America, Middle East and Japan.

The Nazi horror flick, funded by the New Zealand Film Commission, has opened in Germany, been screened in Japan at the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival and will have its Australian premiere next Friday at the Fantastic Planet/A Night of Horror Film Festival in Sydney.

THE DEVIL'S ROCK, directed by Paul Campion, is set during World War II and follows two elite soldiers from the New Zealand division of the Allied Forces as they attempt to infiltrate and destroy a Nazi weapons instillation in preparation for D-Day. The outpost, on one of the isolated Channel Islands, turns out to be the site of a secret Nazi programme to harness the power of the occult. The pair become sucked into a devilish plot in which they must defeat demonic forces released by the Nazis in an attempt to turn the tide of the war.

The film has also been garnering great reviews in horror film magazines and websites; a piece in Fangoria can be found here and some other articles can be found here, here and here.

You can also find updates about the film on Paul's website: