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David Blyth's Wound Brings Controversy and Disturbing Images to Frightfest

2 July 2010 1:14 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Wound Movie PosterDirector David Blyth (Death Warmed Up) is a New Zealand based horror director who is no stranger to controversy. His film Angel Mine challenged censorship standards and his feature Death Warmed Up incorporated themes of matricide and patricide. Now, after a six year pause, Blyth returns with another shocking film piece entitled Wound.

This latest film takes some material from Greek myth and modernizes the work for a new audience. The film tackles abuse and abandonment issues as character Susan (Kate O'Rourke) confronts some family problems in a very disturbing manner. A second photo for the film is available below, but here is a warning before you proceed; the still below is graphic, gorey and not safe for work. Have a look at all the available material on Wound, here, before these elements of Greek tragedy make an appearance on the big screen at Frightfest August 29th.

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