Take ‘A Look Inside’ the new film, based on a single chilling chapter from Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula,’ that tells the terrifying story of the merchant ship ‘Demeter,’ which was chartered to carry private cargo and one infamous vampire, in theaters August 11.
Based on a single chilling chapter from Bram Stoker’s classic novel Dracula, The Last Voyage of the Demeter tells the terrifying story of the merchant ship Demeter, which was chartered to carry private cargo—fifty unmarked wooden crates—from Carpathia to London. Strange events befall the doomed crew as they attempt to survive the ocean voyage, stalked each night by a merciless presence onboard the ship. When the Demeter finally arrives off the shores of England, it is a charred, derelict wreck. There is no trace of the crew.
The Last Voyage of the Demeter stars Corey Hawkins (In the Heights, Straight Outta Compton) as Clemens, a doctor who joins the Demeter crew; Aisling Franciosi (Game of Thrones, The Nightingale) as an unwitting stowaway; Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones, Clash of the Titans) as the ship’s captain; David Dastmalchian (Dune, the Ant-Man franchise) as the doomed ship’s first mate; Jon Jon Briones (Ratched, American Horror Story); Stefan Kapicic (Deadpool films, Better Call Saul); Nikolai Nikolaeff (Stranger Things, Bruised); and Javier Botet (It films, Mama).
From DreamWorks Pictures and the producers of Zodiac and Black Swan, the film is directed by Norwegian horror virtuoso André Øvredal (Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark, Trollhunter), from a script by Bragi F. Schut (Escape Room), Stefan Ruzowitzky (The Counterfeiters) and Zak Olkewicz (Bullet Train), based on the chapter “The Captain’s Log” of Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
Bradley Parker serves as the production VFX supervisor; VFX studios include MPC and RISE. Brad Fischer and Mike Medavoy produce with Arnold Messer for Phoenix Pictures. Matthew Hirsch executive produces.
The Last Voyage of the Demeter sails into theaters August 11.
Watch the frightening featurette giving fans a behind the scenes look at The Last Voyage of Demeter now: