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Actor Trae Ireland Battles Demons in His Most Recent Film, "13/13/13"

Last updated Monday, September 30, 2013 18:59 ET

Trae Ireland steps out of the 'loving husband' role for 'The Asylum Film's' newest Horror film.

09/30/2013 / SubmitMyPR /

Trae Ireland spills blood and guts in 'The Asylum's' upcoming Horror film, "13/13/13" written and directed by James Cullen Bressack. "13/13/13" tells the story of how for Millennia, civilizations have added on an extra day to the second month of the Julian Calendar every 4 years. However, ancient text reveals a new month every 120 years was supposed to be added instead. By including only the days, the powerful ancient Mayan calendar has been violated. Now, the people find themselves in the 13th month of the 13th year of the new millennium. People begin to lose their minds, turning into violent creatures who kill one another. Only those born on February 29th, are unaffected. Together they must stand and battle a world of demons to survive the end of the world. Ireland's character, 'Jack' brings action, thought and the onset of 'chills' to the film as he tracks down the source of massive craziness.

'Jack', an ex-cop who left the police department for using excessive force on a child molester, endures a twist of crazy events that ultimately cause him to use the very thing that lost him his job. After leaving the force, Jack leaves for a while to clear his head. Upon his return, he finds his wife, Marcy (Calico Cooper) acting weird, almost delusional. Jack decides to take his wife to the hospital, leaving his daughter with a friend. While he's at the hospital he notices people start acting crazy; he has no idea why. The plot spirals into action, horror and mystery as Jack is determined to find the source of the craziness and get back to his daughter.

Trae Ireland will keep you intrigued, as well as on the edge of your seat with his performance in "13/13/13". 'The Asylum' set a release date of October 1, 2013 making "13/13/13" available on DVD, Netflix, Redbox and Video On Demand.