German director Uwe Boll ('Seed', 'Postal') has completed work on his segment for new anthology horror 'The Profane Exhibit'. The story of 'Basement' is described as a "a tale of sexual depravity and psychological torture". It stars Caroline Williams ('Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2') and Clint Howard as a married couple who keep their abused daughter, played by Tara Cardinal, in a locked basement and make her endure all sorts of depraved torture. Two new stills featuring Howard and Cardinal can be spotted below along with the features main teaser artwork. Other directors working on the feature are Richard Stanley, Marian Dora, Yoshihiro Nishimura, Sergio Stivaletti, Ryan Nicholson, Michael Todd Schneider, and Andrey Iskanov. You can also check out the full rundown of 'Basement' below.
"'Basement' is about the corruption of a family in a world where things are not always what they appear to be. A world where monsters parade as family men and home is another word for hell. In an ideal suburban home which could best be described as boring and ordinary a horrible secret exists deep in the basement. Clint Howard and Caroline Williams play a married couple with an ordinary life- except for the fact that they keep their starving and abused daughter in a locked basement room that she has not left in years. In this perverse nightmare scenario that is unfortunately based on fact, all the young daughter (Tara Cardinal) wants to do is go outside and into the sun. Instead she must endure daily cruelties. This is a tale of sexual depravity and psychological torture, and a subversive look at the depraved realities of suburban life."
Clint Howard is Menacing in the 'Basement'
Tara Cardinal in 'Basement'
'The Profane Exhibit' Artwork