It’s not often a trailer drops and makes us speechless. However, the trailer for the new film Wound certainly hits the mark. After all, it’s not often that a trailer includes female face masks, throat slitting, BDSM and pig masks (all with a trippy soundtrack).
New Zealand filmmaker David Blyth (Angel Mine, Death Warmed Up) returns to form with his new “psycho-sexual horror film” Wound, opening theatrically in Toronto on August 12th. Blyth promises to combine his favorite themes of mental illness, depraved violence and sexual deviancy all into Wound.
If you doubt us, just check out the trailer.
From the Press Release
“A two-headed doll! Iron-phallused pig-man stealth! Birthing your own twin! The nightclub of dream-wandering! If your family of origin doesn’t kill you, you may just make it. You will love Kate O’Rourke as she encounters her delirious, incestuous monsters of the id in this romantically charged Gothic psycho-sexual horror tale by my fellow enfant terrible David Blyth. Gorgeous images and repulsive dream-surgery into the recesses of female consciousness. Enter at your own peril! A masterpiece!” – Ken Russell (The Devils, Altered States, Lair of the White Worm)
Before there was Peter Jackson, New Zealand’s David Blyth was corrupting the minds and turning the stomachs of horror fans with films like his depraved debut, ANGEL MINE, and his 80’s world renowned cult hit, DEATH WARMED UP.
After launching theatrically in Toronto August 12th, WOUND will begin a national theatrical tour with stops slated for Hamilton, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon and more cities to be announced. Keep it locked here for all the details.
WOUND is a supernatural horror film that explores the dark worlds of mental illness, incest, revenge and death. We follow Tanya as she searches for the mother she has never met – a mother (Susan) who gave her up for dead after being abused by her own father who remains stuck in her present life.
Tanya returns from the dead to confront and possess Susan with all her deepest fears and desires, sending Susan into a state of madness and gore-filled retribution.
WOUND explores and confronts the dark, distorted supernatural world that lurks within us all.
Dig on the artwork and some stills below.
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