We see all kinds of movie trailers around here. Psychological thrillers, over-the-top slashers, campy horror-comedies, you name it. And every so often we get one that gets under our skin…that trailer that feels real. Such is the case with the teaser for Inhumane. You feel like you’re looking right into the brutal crimes of Corbin Hobbs, and we’ve got to admit it’s more than a little off-putting.
No, this trailer is not the most slickly shot piece of filmmaking ever produced, but that adds to its strength. Gritty does not begin to describe it. Dirty might be a better word.
Short film Inhumane is scheduled to be the first project produced by Black Eye Entertainment in 2012. It’s written and directed by K.M. Jamison and stars Marv Blauvelt, Heather Dorff and Kelsey Zukowski with special appearances by Jared Degado and Edward Moore. Go ahead and take a look for yourself. The trailer, poster, and a few behind-the-scenes stills are waiting for you below…
From the Press Release
Introducing a new conception of true crime horror with horrifying inspiration from true events, Inhumane is a short film that will portray the discovery of an exterminator named Corbin Hobbs and his deliberate role in the murders of more than 17 call girls and prostitutes over a time period of 10 years.
Filmed and produced on an independent scale in honor of “splatter-film” cinema fueling inspiration for the short story, Inhumane will be the first film of 2012 to be produced by director K.M. Jamison and practical special effects artist Jim Bett, Jr.’s company Black Eye Entertainment. For more information on the status of this short film, visit the official Inhumane Facebook page .
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