Here we are smack in the middle of “Indie Horror Month”, and info on an upcoming independent short film project entitled Inhumane just landed in our inbox. Talk about perfect timing! And they even included some eye candy for us to share along with the plot details.
Introducing a new conception of true crime horror with horrifying inspiration from the morbid case of Ohio-based serial killer Anthony Sowell, Inhumane is a short film that will portray the discovery of a 37-year-old exterminator and social outcast named Corbin Hobbs. Starring Marv Blauvelt (Come, Terror Overload, Slices of Life) and Heather Dorff (Afraid of Sunrise, Acceptance) and featuring Kelsey Zukowski (Psycho Street, Scream Queen Campfire, The Melon Heads) Inhumane is a cinematic account from Corbin’s malicious crime spree, profiling the result of his deliberate role in the murders of more than seventeen call girls and prostitutes over a time period of ten years.
Written and directed by K.M. Jamison (Serial: Amoral Uprising) with practical special effects provided James Bett, Jr. (Serial: Amoral Uprising, Into the Pit: The Shocking Story of Deadpit.com), Inhumane will begin production in April and is the first official short film of 2011 to be produced by K.M. Jamison and Jim Bett, Jr.’s Midwest-based production company, Black Eye Entertainment.
Jamison tells us the film has “a LOT of old school inspiration coming from Mr. Lustig’s Maniac as well as serial killer Anthony Sowell’s real-life case.” Currently Black Eye Entertainment (official site here) has a total of six shorts and three features planned to be produced and released throughout 2011-2012 so expect to see lots more on both Inhumane and Jamison/Bett’s other projects soon! In the meantime head over to Inhumane‘s Facebook page and “like” the short film!
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