One more announcement has come out of the UK’s Grimmfest 2012 this week: The English premiere of Justin Thomas Ostensen’s Below Zero will be taking place during the event, which runs 4th-7th October in Manchester’s The Dancehouse theatre.
From the Press Release:
Pitched somewhere between The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Adaptation, with a heavy dose of Fargo in the use of location and performances, this movie plays fascinating games with appearance and reality. It’s as much a study in psychology as it is of extreme horror. Beautifully shot and nicely acted by Edward Furlong, Below Zero also brings horror icon Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes) back to our screens in one of his most interesting performances.
A failing screenwriter attempts to overcome writer’s block by having himself shut away in a meat locker for a week. As he starts to write, the boundaries between reality and imagination become increasingly blurry and the consequences ever more horrific.
Writer/producers Signe Olynyk and Bob Schultz will be joining us from the States for this special screening, and you never know; if we’re lucky, members of the cast might just join us, too!
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