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The filmmakers behind the psychological horror movie “Dementia” have released a slew of photos. The movie stars Gene Jones (“The Sacrament”) and Kristina Klebe (“Proxy”), as well as Peter Cilella (“Resolution”), Richard Riehle (“Texas Chainsaw 3D”), Marc Senter (“Red, White & Blue”), Graham Skipper (“Almost Human”), Molly McQueen (“Carjacked”), Tony Denison (“The Closer”) and newcomer Hassie Harrison. Described as a cross between “Misery” and “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane,” the film hails from director Mike Testin and producers Raphael Margules and J.D. Lifshitz. The trio previously collaborated on “Contracted.” Also read: Millennium Acquires Psychological Horror ‘Dead Within’ Diagnosed with dementia, war »
- Jeff Sneider
As we told you a few months back, Contracted's Dp Mike Testin is making his feature debut with an old-school horror flick entitled Dementia, which boasts a handful of faces that are quite familiar to us horror folk. On tap for you today are the first images from the film so dig in!
From the Press Release
The film also stars some of horror’s hottest indie actors including Peter Cilella (Resolution), Richard Riehle (Texas Chainsaw 3D), Marc Senter (Red, White & Blue), and Graham Skipper (Almost Human). Molly McQueen (Carjacked), Tony Denison (“The Closer”), and newcomer Hassie Harrison co-star.
Diagnosed with dementia, war veteran George Lockhart (Jones) must deal with his estranged family. Son Jerry (Cilella) and granddaughter Shelby (Harrison) force him to hire a live-in nurse (Klebe), only to »
- John Squires
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