Get Caught Between Worlds When New Supernatural Thriller Arrives in December

Nicolas Cage is burning up the screen these days in Mandy (review here), but it’s not the only project you can catch him in as the year winds down.  He also stars in Between Worlds, which is heading to limited theaters and On Demand next month.  With co-stars like Franka Potente (“American Horror Story,” “Claws”) and Lydia Hearst (“Z Nation”), we’re pretty sure you’ll want to keep this supernatural thriller on your radar! Read on for the details.

Between Worlds opens in New York, Los Angeles, and additional cities across the country on December 21st thanks to Saban Films, but if you’re the stay-at-home type, you can also catch it On Demand beginning December 18th.

The aforementioned Cage, Potente, and Hearst are joined by Penelope Mitchell, Garrett Clayton, Brit Shaw, and Hopper Penn. The film is written and directed by Maria Pulera and produced by Pulera, Eric Banoun, and David Hillary.

Synopsis:
This twist-filled thriller follows Joe (Nicolas Cage), a struggling truck driver haunted by the memory of his deceased wife and daughter. Joe’s life takes a dramatic turn when he meets Julia (Franka Potente), a woman with mysterious spiritual powers whose daughter, Billie, lies in a coma. Julia enlists Joe’s help to stop Billie from crossing over to the spirit world; but when Billie awakes, her body is possessed… by the vengeful spirit of Joe’s dead wife.

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I'm interested in experiencing all that life has to offer -- the good and the bad, the exciting and the mundane, the happy and the sad, all the colors of the rainbow. It's not the things we do that we regret; it's the things we don't do -- and I have no intention of having any regrets when I die! "I'll see you on the other side..." -- Pearl Jam

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