• Publication date: May 1, 2010

Terror is off the Richter scale New York ripped apart from the ground

�Aftershock: Earthquake in New York� is a thriller film about an
earthquake that rips through the city that never sleeps and engulfs it into a nightmare of horror and destruction.

�Aftershock: Earthquake in New York� is a thriller film about an

earthquake that rips through the city that never sleeps and engulfs it

into a nightmare of horror and destruction.

New York City Mayor Lincoln and Fire Chief Ahearn are contentious

political rivals forced to set aside their differences and work

together when Mother Nature takes over the city.

Lincoln's urgency to dig the city out of the rubble becomes personal when he learns that his daughter Evie is trapped in a buried subway car --what's more, one of her fellow passengers is a murder suspect who has just won acquittal, but whom the mayor believes may have been guilty.

Amid all the drama is a mother, Dori, who after accidentally injuring her child in an auto accident, becomes all the more panicked when she learns that her boy is trapped inside a damaged school building that could turn deadly in the event of an aftershock.

The film stars Charles S. Dutton as Mayor Lincoln, Tom Skerritt as

Fire Chief Ahearn, Lisa Nicole Carson as Evie and Sharon Lawrence as

Dori. The film is directed by Mikael Salomon.

Running time: 170 mins