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Director Joseph Albanese has come up with something sinister in his independent horror short Clemency. The independent horror review site Horror Society states of Clemency in a review "a tale of such intensity" (Horror). This tale is eighteen minutes long and introduces the "sadistic killer" Aruthur Poe to audiences, who receives a reprieve from prison after a Governor's intervention (Clemency). Shown at dozens of film festivals, Clemency's next stop is the Rainier Independent Film Festival in Washington State and from early reviews this is one show not to be missed!
The synopsis for Clemency here:
"Arthur Poe (Cris D’Annunzio) is a sadistic killer who likes to torture his victims. In 1993, he was captured and subsequently convicted by the state of Virginia for several gruesome murders. Poe received a sentence of death. Years later and days before his execution, the newly elected governor granted Poe clemency based on a »
- 28DaysLaterAnalysis@gmail.com (Michael Ross Allen)
The web series craze hasn't seemed to catch on with the general public, but as far as the horror genre goes, we have an abundance to choose from. And today we got word of another that looks to be worth at least a few minutes of your time to check out: director and lead actor Russ Cootey's "The Resolve".
The premise is as follows:
"The Resolve" centers around Mike Patterson (Russ Cootey), a beleaguered man, gripped by O.C.D. issues with humanity, unleashed by fiery clashes on others. He explains to his therapist Sean Miller (Alex Ballar - War Wolves) how he has found a way to deal with his compulsion, which is to kill those who he believes are responsible for the misalignment in humanity.
- Uncle Creepy
2 items from 2010
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