Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust Rocks Screens
Lift your glasses to Paul Morrell, the director of Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust. The man had a good weekend. The indie film was screened in 11 theaters and had a nice haul.
Following the exploits of a serial killer named Purge, Filth to Ashes features a trio of uber-uber-hotties: Allison Ochmanek, Linda Bella and Meredith Laine. My lord! Feel free to follow me on Twitter, ladies... @doctorgash. I'm not just another pretty face!).
Sorry, let me focus here … Filth to Ashes opened in 11 theaters and had the 5th highest per screen average of the week. That's including everyone, folks; the big boys, too. The film brought in $86,000 (good for #38 overall) and not bad considering the entire production only cost $18,000. Playing with the house money now, gang. Congrats, guys!
The film also stars Anton Troy from Chillerama and Crissy Moran. You can check out the trailer below or on the Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust website.
Purge: To put to death, eliminate what is undesirable.
The serial killer known as Purge lived and died by this code. But is he dead? Driving home from a road trip, Eric and Shelly take a back road to avoid a traffic jam. They encounter the serial killer Purge. Eric survives, but Shelly is murdered.
A year later a group of adventure-seeking high school grads venture to Purge's lair. Among them is Eric's brother, Juan. Eric sets out to save his brother and get revenge on Purge. For the six teens, their imperfections will be the deciding factor if Purge shows them mercy. But if everyone is imperfect, will any of them survive?
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