Scorpio Film Releasing
One film we’re looking forward to checking out is Richard Griffin’s Exhumed, which has a real retro vibe thanks to its black & white palette, and if you happen to live in or near Foxboro, Massachusetts, you can beat us to the punch when the flick premieres on November 11th. In honor of the occasion the filmmakers have sent us a trio of new stills to share.
From the Press Release:
Scorpio Film Releasing, comprised of New England’s premier genre filmmakers, is proud and excited to announce the world premiere of its newest, darkest, most beautifully unsettling feature to date: Exhumed.
Different from the acclaimed genre fare Scorpio Film Releasing is known for, Exhumed is a terrifying fairy tale centered in the repulsive recesses of humanity. Loneliness, solitude, fear, and longing lead an unlikely group of housemates to the darkest edges of life and death.
Director Richard Griffin (Nun of That, The Disco Exorcist) says, “Exhumed marks a refreshing alternative to the endless (and needless) sequels, remakes, and reboots Hollywood has to offer. I am extremely proud of the quality and originality of the screenplay by Guy Benoit, and the performances are top-notch. Unlike most horror films, you really care for the characters and their plight. I believe audiences will be thrilled at what we’ve accomplished.”
Producer Ted Marr adds, “Exhumed really moves in a different direction for us as a production company. It still delivers as a suspense or horror film, but it is much more in the vein of a psychological horror film like the original Cat People, rather than today’s more graphic shockers.”
Exhumed stars Sarah Nicklin, Michael Reed, Michael Thurber, Evalena Marie, Rich Tretheway, Jonathan Thomson, and genre legend Debbie Rochon. The film is directed by Richard Griffin, produced by Ted Marr and Kristin Kayala, written by Guy Benoit, and photographed by Ken Willinger.
Exhumed will have its world premiere on Friday, November 11th, with showings at 7pm and 9pm at the Orpheum Theater, 1 School Street, Foxboro, MA. Tickets cost $9.50 at the door. The running time is 93 minutes, and audience members must be 18 and up.
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