Hidden 3D

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Hidden 3D
Theater released poster
Directed by Antoine Thomas
Produced by Don Carmody
Valérie d'Auteuil
Andrea Marotti
André Rouleau
Alessandro Verdecchi
Screenplay by Alan Smithee
Alana Smithy
Story by Mariano Baino
Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni
Starring Devon Bostick
Jason Blicker
Sean Clement
Bjanka Murgel
Simonetta Solder
Dawn Ford
Cinematography Benoit Beaulieu
Edited by Yvann Thibaudeau
Release date
  • April 21, 2011 (2011-04-21)
Running time
88 minutes
Country Italy
Language English
Budget $8 million
Box office $16,890,678

Hidden 3D is an Italian-Canadian horror film directed by Antoine Thomas and produced by Caramel Films. It was filmed in Italy and Canada over the Summer and Fall of 2010. Hidden 3D was filmed in both 2D and 3D Technologies.


When Brian Carter’s mother dies, he is surprised to learn that he has inherited The Sanctuary, home to her controversial experimental addiction treatment center. Having previously believed that the building burned to the ground years ago, Brian travels there with a group of friends and meets Haley, a mysterious friend of his mother, who acts as their guide through the impressive, monastery-like building. During their tour it becomes clear that something sinister lies beneath the surface.

Despite their misgivings, they follow a secret passageway underground and come across strange and unsettling discoveries that trigger Brian’s disturbing memories of his mother’s research. Ultimately, they are confronted by her terrible secret: Brian’s mother built a revolutionary machine that cured people of their addictions but, as a side effect, those addictions materialized in the form of mutant children hungry for human flesh.

Sharing the dark bowels of the building with swarms of firefly-like creatures that they use to lure their victims into death traps, the mutant children begin a wild hunt, with the new visitors as their prey. Fighting to stay alive against the inconceivable, Brian and his friends soon realize that some things are better left hidden.



The film was released on 21 April 2011, in the USA and United Kingdom.


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