The Biblical horror film JeruZalem got its first trailer and a U.S. release date this week.
JeruZalem follows two American students who travel to the holy city to party for vacation. Once there, however, the girls are caught inside the gates of the Old City when a fateful prophecy comes true and the Apocalypse begins on Yom Kippur.
The film, from first-time Israeli writer-directors Doron and Yoav Paz, utilizes the found-footage technique popularized in recent films like Cloverfield and Chronicle.
The trailer begins innocently enough, with the young students looking forward to their first trip to Israel. But things quickly take a scary turn when the guns and winged demons come out.
Yael Grobglas (Jane the Virgin), Danielle Jadelyn, and Yon Tumarkin star.
JeruZalem hits select U.S. theaters and video-on-demand on January 22, according to Deadline. Check out the trailer above.