Sci-Fi Thriller Proximity Gets Close To Blu-ray In July

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After years of creating the opening to various films and TV shows, Eric Emeusy finally gets a chance to make the entire movie with Proximity. The film deals with alien abduction so it’s perfect if during the Stay At Home element of the pandemic you’ve been watching way too much Ancient Aliens. A scientist exploring a meteor hit only to lose a few days and find certain things in his possession. Will anyone believe him including himself? The film comes to Blu-ray and VOD on July 7. Here’s the press release from Shout! Factory:

Written and Directed by Emmy® Award Winner Eric Demeusy

Sci-fi Thriller Arrives on Blu-ray™ and DVD
July 7, 2020

“Proximity is shot, designed and edited with a style and sophistication
any Hollywood epic would envy” — Peter Travers, RollingStone

“Proximity sports a heartfelt story that harkens back to the science fiction of the ‘80s
and early ‘90s!” — Lance Vlcek,

A young NASA JPL scientist is abducted by extraterrestrials but when no one believes his story he becomes obsessed with finding proof which leads him on a journey of discovery. An enthralling sci-fi thriller, PROXIMITY is an engaging exploration of the unknown, and the debut feature film from filmmaker and award-winning VFX artist Eric Demeusy (Stranger Things, Game of Thrones, Tron: Legacy). Written and directed by Demeusy, the film stars Ryan Masson (Good Girls), Highdee Kuan (You), Shaw Jones (Blue, Diwa), Christian Prentice (Mank), and Don Scribner (The Guide). On July 7, 2020, Shout! Studios will unleash PROXIMITY on Blu-ray and DVD. A must-have for sci-fi fantasy enthusiasts and movie collectors, each edition of the Blu-ray and DVD contains insightful bonus content, including audio commentary with writer and director Eric Demeusy, special featurette “Seeing The Craft: The Making Of Proximity”, Outtakes, and more! Pre-order is available now at

Movie Synopsis

Isaac (Ryan Masson), a young NASA scientist, is investigating a meteor crash site, when he encounters — and is abducted by — extraterrestrials. Awaking three days later with no personal recollection of what happened, but with the event recorded on his camera, he attempts to share his discovery with the world. Faced with both believers and skeptics, Isaac becomes obsessed with finding incontrovertible proof, plunging him into a journey that encompasses both the other-worldly … and the deadly.

Bonus Features
Audio Commentary With Writer/Director Eric Demeusy
“Seeing The Craft: The Making Of Proximity”

PROXIMITY hits national home entertainment shelves
at Walmart and available at Redbox July 7, 2020. The movie is also available on VOD and digital for watch-at-home.

A Production of Demeusy Pictures
Written and Directed by Eric Demeusy
Story by Eric Demeusy and Jason Mitcheltree
Producers: Eric Demeusy, Andrea Dondanville, Kyle McIntyre
Executive Producer: Ryan Keller
Sound Editor: Brandon Proctor
Original Music, Composer: Jermaine Stegall
Director of Photography: Jason Mitcheltree

About filmmaker Eric Demeusy
Eric Demeusy is a filmmaker based in Los Angeles with a background in animation and visual effects. He is well known for creating the Emmy-winning title sequence for Netflix’s hit series Stranger Things. He cut his teeth working for creative studios like Prologue, Imaginary Forces, Elastic and A52 where he worked on the Emmy-winning title sequence for HBO’s Game of Thrones, Disney’s Tron Legacy and Guillermo del Toro’s monster epic Pacific Rim. His short film Star Wars: The New Republic Anthology was featured on the front page of various entertainment news.

Joe Corey is the writer and director of "Danger! Health Films" currently streaming on Night Flight and Amazon Prime. He's the author of "The Seven Secrets of Great Walmart People Greeters." This is the last how to get a job book you'll ever need. He was Associate Producer of the documentary "Moving Midway." He's worked as local crew on several reality shows including Candid Camera, American's Most Wanted, Extreme Makeover Home Edition and ESPN's Gaters. He's been featured on The Today Show and CBS's 48 Hours. Dom DeLuise once said, "Joe, you look like an axe murderer." He was in charge of research and programming at the Moving Image Archive.