Sunday, October 4, 2009

GO SEE THE INTERVENTION

First: I have a side note...
I was contacted by Richard Eden (the star of the film) who's wife and himself directed, produced, and wrote a film together. I did some creeping around and I think it will be worth while for you womanizers to check it out.


THE INTERVENTION.
Women directors, HOO-RAH! A psychological thriller/horror which has it's root's and tone in the classic 70's style horror.

www.lafemme.org on October 16th at the Renberg Theatre 1125 McCadden Place, Los Angeles 900238 at 4:00 PM.
www.trinityofterrors.com in Las Vegas at the Palm Casino and Resort.

Saturday Oct 31st at 2:30 at Brenden theatres inside the Palms, sponsored by Fangoria! "THE INTERVENTION is a unique cinematic beast, shifting gears effortlessly between horror and psychological thriller, taking the audience on a twisting trail of terror encompassing both the supernatural and an all too human nature."-Fangoria

Synopsis: It’s been ages since Tom Garret has set eyes on his childhood home where he and his brother Mathew were raised – and it is here that young Tom witnessed an unspeakable horror. But Tom has resolved to push aside his troubled past after an anxious phone call from Matt’s wife, Abbey. Alcoholism has taken over the life of Matt Garret. He’s become obsessed, abusive and paranoid. An intervention is the only answer.

At first, the forceful intervention seems to be making headway. But as the night wears on, what appears to have been an obvious case of alcoholism reveals itself as demonic possession. A dark entity surfaces and methodically turns the group against each other, taunting them with their deepest secrets. Tom being the primary target.


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3 comment(s):

Lily Strange said...

I'd be interested in seeing this if I ever have time! It's great that she contacted you.

B-Sol said...

Alcoholism horror! Well, that's definitely something new.

The Curious Cat said...

ooo it sounds very intriguing - shall defo check out! Thanks! xxx

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