What the hell is Pop Skull? I’m sure that’s the first question out of your brain, but sadly I can’t really answer that. Not in any accurate way at least. I can tell you that Narrow Books publisher Christopher Leopowski said that it “achieves deep levels of immersion rarely seen in cinema and typically found only in the best novels.”
There’s something you don’t hear every day.
Directed by Adam Wingard (Home Sick) and written by E. L. Katz, Pop Skull tells of an Alabama pill addict named Daniel who is having a hard enough time dealing with day-to-day life, a situation that becomes decidedly worse when the spirits that inhabit his home start to become more and more malevolent.
I know it doesn’t really sound like much, but something tells me this one’s all about the execution. The trailer that’s now available at the official site for Pop Skull definitely makes it seem interesting, and I flat-out love that poster design…
“It was shot for a paltry 2 thousand bucks, and is a completely different style of horror then Home Sick,” Katz told us. “More of a character driven, atmospheric tale in the vein of Larry Fessenden’s Habit. Some of the actors from Home Sick make an appearance as well. It’s currently being submitted to fests.”
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