Here are the poster and trailer for Tar. This is a rare case where I like the poster better than the trailer. I wish we saw more painted posters. Tar is definitely a drive-in movie and that may not be a bad thing. Time and a viewing will tell.
For 40,000 years, a long forgotten wetland teemed with ancient creatures, but now all that’s left is a pit of hot, sticky tar surrounded by a vast urban landscape. For Barry Greenwood and his son Zach, there’s not much left of their family business either. With the city’s subway expanding under their feet and their office building slated for demolition, Barry, Zach and their employees are forced to shut down their shop and move out. But when something primal is awoken by the underground construction, a night of somber packing becomes a desperate fight for survival.
Starring Golden Globe nominee Timothy Bottoms (Last Picture Show, The Paper Chase, Johnny Got His Gun), Aaron Wolf (Guest House, Restoring Tomorrow), Oscar nominee Graham Greene (Dances With Wolves, The Green Mile, Maverick), and Max Perlich (Drugstore Cowboy, Blow, Justified).