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Usually, it’s the crazy patients you have to worry about in
horror movies, but in PSYCHO-THERAPY, the doctor is insane. Read on for more
about the new horror short, including a few behind-the-scenes pics.
PSYCHO-THERAPY was written and directed by Joshua Nelson
(pictured right), who scripted and starred in a number of New York/New
Jersey-lensed horror features including PINK EYE, SKINNED ALIVE (a.k.a. EAT
YOUR HEART OUT) and AUNT ROSE. This new project, he tells Fango, “is about a
middle-aged psychotherapist who is abused by her husband and ignored by her
patients. She is pushed to a very dark place where she feels that people who
can’t change, or don’t want to change, have only one option—to be killed. She
lures the challenged couples to an upstate getaway where she can finally fix
them…her way.” The cast includes Rose Fiore, Karla Post, Alfred Cantilina,
Michael Johnson, Ernest Romeo, Kerry Wittig and Michelle Michaels; Kevin
Harrington served as the cinematographer and editor. PSYCHO-THERAPY is
currently making the festival rounds, and will screen March 23 at the Jersey
Gore Film Festival. Check out the trailer (with
NSFW language) below the photos.
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