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Fango heard from filmmaker Jason (Tales From The Dead) Cuadrado, who let us know that the official website for his new feature Monstrous Nature, with a trailer and more, has gone live here. He also sent along an exclusive pic of the movie’s werewolf, seen below.
Monstrous Nature stars War Of The Worlds’ Camillia Sanes as Angela, a nun who is kidnapped by Paul (Gary Perez), who takes her into the woods in hopes she can free him from his lycanthropic curse. “The special makeup effects artist, Graham [Midnight Meat Train] Schofield, and I decided to approach the werewolf mythology a little differently to match what happens in the story,” Cuadrado tells us. “Instead of the usual physical transformation, the character of Paul is really dealing with an inner beast that robs him of his humanity. We decided that he should strip off his human skin to reveal the werewolf underneath. So instead of the body changing, »
Jason Cuadrado, the Los Angeles filmmaker who made one of the most impressive indie films I’ve seen in a long time, Tales From the Dead (review) dropped me a line last night with some exclusive pics from and news on his latest venture, the short film called “Monstrous Nature”.
The film is about a nun who is kidnapped and wakes up in the woods with a very disturbed man who she soon comes to learn, quite contrary to her faith, is a werewolf, and he’s got some very twisted plans for her. Oh, I’m so there.
For a short film, the cast and crew are pretty impressive. Camillia Sanes (War of the Worlds, “The Shield”) is in the role of the nun, and Gary Perez (“The Sopranos”) is the disturbed lycanthrope. Aj Raitano (Final Destination 3) was the cinematographer, and makeup was handled by Graham Shcofield (Midnight »
- Johnny Butane
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