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Indie director Richard Griffin is known for his literally
and figuratively colorful genre features like FEEDING THE MASSES, BEYOND THE
DUNWICH HORROR and THE DISCO EXORCIST, but his latest movie EXHUMED ventures
into a darker, black-and-white place. The trailer has emerged today, and we’ve
got that and a new exclusive pic to show you.
Scripted by Guy Benoit, produced by Ted Marr and Kristin
Kayala and starring Sarah Nicklin, Michael Reed, Michael Thurber, Evalena
Marie, Rich Tretheway, Jonathan Thomson and Fango fave Debbie Rochon, EXHUMED
(which we last told you about here)
focuses on a very strange family who keep themselves shut up inside their
house. “It marks a real change of pace, not only for us, but for modern horror
in general,” Griffin says. “There are no tricks, no gimmicks, no CGI fakery,
but a return to classic storytelling. I am quite proud of the level of
performances in this movie, which are only matched by the sheer originality and
power of the screenplay. I think audiences will be quite disturbed by the
events that take place in the film."
His longtime producer Marr is “really excited to be trying
something new with EXHUMED. It’s almost like a period piece, given that it is
in black and white and the composed, measured style of it. But I think it
really delivers on an emotional level, perhaps more deeply than any of our
other films to date.”
EXHUMED has its world premiere Friday, November 11th at the
Orpheum Theater, 1 School Street, Foxboro, MA, with showings at 7 and 9 p.m.;
tickets will be $9 at the door. Find out more about this and other productions
of Griffin and Marr’s Scorpio Film Releasing at its official website, and also see EXHUMED’s Facebook page.
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