Who reading this has ever had a crazy friggin’ sibling? I did. Every time my brother borrowed shit from me, I’d get it back “fixed”, if I even got it back at all. Considering nothing was ever broken when I gave it to him, this was most troubling. In any event I guess I’m lucky that was the extent of it because Lionsgate’s new film Frayed is set to show audiences how frightening brotherly love can be!
Co-directed and written by Rob Portmann and Norb Caoili and co-written by producer Kurt Svennungsen, Frayed tells the tale of small town sheriff Pat Baker (Tony Doupe), who is facing a worst case scenario: His insane son, who offed his mother 13 years ago, has escaped from a mental asylum and is loose in the woods where Baker’s daughter (Alena Dashiell) is camping. To no one’s surprise, the masked psycho gets right back into the killing groove, with the suspense and wanton bloodshed accelerating all the way to an unnerving climax in this gripping thriller.
For more visit the official Frayed website here, and look for the flick on DVD on August 25 (pre-order below).
In the interim check out the DVD art and the trailer for Frayed, a little film which boasts having — and I quote — “one of the most brutally graphic scenes ever depicted on film.” That’s a pretty ballsy claim. We’ll just see about that!
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