We recently had the opportunity to remember “Twister” and we have to admit that despite nearly 20 years since its release, the film stands surprisingly well technically, and as history – history as nonsense and casual blockbuster on. In fact, it is not surprising as, behind and in front of the camera stand people like Jan de Bont, Michael Crichton, Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy, Michael Kahn, Bill Paxton, Helen Hunt and Philip Seymour Hoffman.

I mention this because “Twister” make a lot of money and we always wonder how come after him Hollywood never make another such film, but instead, this particular subgenre of catastrophe film became synonymous with cheap productions on Sy-Fy and similar channels.

So now, many years later, apparently finally is time for a new tornado film to see on the big screen. The effect of “Into the Storm” is set in a single day when a group of tornadoes twist around the small town Silvartan. While people seeking asylum, a group of amateur extreme rush to the center of the storm in an attempt to document this extremely rare meteorological phenomenon.

Watch the first teaser and right after that first trailer of the film, which does not reveal anything about the story, but also set the audio-visual presentation.

Here is the official poster and some photos.

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Director of “Into the Storm” is Steven Quayle (“Final Destination 5”). Starring Richard Armitage are, Sarah Wayne Kallis, Matt Walsh, Alicia Sneak-Kerry, Arlen Eskaperta, Max Deacon, Nathan Kress, Jeremy Sumpter, Kyle Davis, John Riyp, Scott Lawrence and others.

The premiere is August 8.

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