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HorrorNews.net Announces the Cryptic Pictures Worldwide Release of MORTAL REMAINS!
HorrorNews.netpresents the Worldwide Release ofMORTAL REMAINSby Cryptic Pictures!
MORTAL REMAINSis a “shockumentary” which examines the life of Karl Atticus, a notorious filmmaker from the Vietnam era whose works have been mysteriously purged from cinematic history…with good reason, according to some.
Interviews with historians and horror aficionados – including Eduardo Sanchez, co-director of The Blair Witch Project– suggest that Atticus’s legacy may have been far more sinister than even his detractors suspect.
Since its completion in 2013, Mortal Remains has been screened theatrically at festivals around the U.S., including the Three Rivers Film Festival (Pittsburgh), the American Film Institute(Maryland), Dick Clark Studios(Los Angeles)and the Film Anthology Archives(NYC). During that time it has garnered numerous awards and honoraria.
Written & Directed by Mark Riccheand Christian Stavrakis. Featuring: Eduardo Sanchez, John Amplas, Michael G. Gornick, Chuck Craig, Nick Tallo, Peter Graf and J. B. Destiny. Original Music by Michael V. Cooteand Kevin MacLeod.
Human Hibachi - Banned from Amazon, but available directly to fans on Oct 23For Immediate Release:
HUMAN HIBACHI is available by video on-demand this October 23rd exclusively on the HUMAN HIBACHI website. The anticipation is over to watch the movie deemed too EXTREME to be watched on Amazon.
Synopsis: A man documents his girlfriend’s 35th birthday on his phone. What he captures throughout the night are the most disturbing human acts imaginable.
"So when I made this film, I knew some of the stuff that I put in it might exclude us from platforms like Amazon, however, I wanted to see my vision through so I wasn’t going to let that hold me back. The main goal was to make something different... something that will be remembered and I’ll take that over being rejected by a platform any day." - Director, Mario Cerrito