Guests attending the Bloodbath 2: Film Festival in Texas this November will be in for a treat as slasher tale ‘The Super’ has it’s world premiere! Newcomer Dimitri Kallas stars as the title character George, and is joined by genre co-stars like Lynn Lowry (‘I Drink Your Blood’, ‘The Crazies’) and death rapper Ron “Necro” Braunstein, as well as indie horror icons Manoush, Brandon Slagle, Ruby Larocca and Raine Brown.
“Taking place in a Queens apartment building during the Christmas season, the film follows George as he desperately tries to hold onto his sanity in the face of mounting home and workplace pressure. Also on his already full plate of problems is a wheelchair--bound wife (Lowry) who dreams of the day the family can leave the city behind and move upstate.
One of the building’s tenants, the vile Olga (Manoush), quickly becomes his partner in depravity. A dominatrix and snuff filmmaker, she takes George under her wicked wing and introduces him to the joys of killing for profit and pleasure. Faced with the problem of destroying evidence, the unholy duo turn to Detective Sardusky (Braunstein making his feature film debut), a crooked cop who, for a price, can make bodies disappear. The action culminates in a series of shocking twists.”
The Noose Hill Entertainment production will be shown in the Texas Theatre (where the Feds caught up with Lee Harvey Oswald after the Kennedy assassination) at the Bloodbath 2 Film Festival on Sunday 14 November @ 1:20pm. The writer/directors Brian Weaver and Evan Makrogiannis will be available following the screening in a Q&A session.
The event will be presenting a total of 6 feature films and 18 short films between Friday 12-14 November. Tickets are $7.00 per film, or $15.00 for a day pass, or $25.00 for the weekend. Bargain!
You can visit http://www.doabloodbath.com/ for advance tickets and the full schedule.
‘The Super’ One Sheet Poster
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