Can You Tell Me How to Get ... How to Get to Psycho Street?
Some trailers focus on grossing you out. The bloody mouths, the stumped limbs, the overall yuck factor of it all. Some trailers focus on sexual deviancy, up-skirt shots, copulating with members of the clergy or fornicating behind a butcher's counter. The ambitious filmmakers behind Psycho Street decided to just go on ahead and throw it all into one pretty extreme trailer. Wow.
Psycho Street is a three-part anthology film starring Tiffany Shepis as the best looking version of the Crypt Keeper we've ever seen, welcoming you to the twisted town of Kronanburg where things ... well, things tend to get fucked up. And even though the film has already been picked up by R-Squared for a 2012 release, we thought you'd like to be the first on your block to take an early look at this intriguing NSFW (that's Not Safe For Work for you cubicle jockeys prowling the internet on company time) trailer.
About Psycho Street:
Welcome to the small town of Kronanburg. On the surface, this quaint, little town appears to be the perfect place to settle down, relax and raise a family...but the core of this seemingly "perfect" town is dark and vile...and the residents of this town live in a world of deranged insanity. In Kronanburg, terror lies behind every door and death is only a heart-beat away.
Join Kronanburg's happy home-maker, Leyla Barker (Tiffany Shepis) as she leads you through three tales of murder and madness that can only come from the dark nightmares of life in this town...but beware, Leyla might just have a dark secret of her own!
Starting with Hypochondriac: When LA physician, Dr. Oliver Combs (Mary Blauvelt) trades in the stress of his big city medical practice for the "simple" life of practicing medicine in the small Kronanburg medical clinic, he may have gotten more than he bargained for...because the patients who frequent this clinic have problems far more bizarre than anything he encountered in LA, and he finds that he may have made the biggest mistake of his career...and his life. Hypochondriac was directed by Pete Jacelone and also stars Raine Brown, Alan Rowe Kelly, Carl Burrows, Susan Adriensen and Edward X. Young.
Next in No Rest for the Wicked: When the man of her dreams returns to town,a single, lonely young mother (Raine Brown), must make a difficult choice...and pay the devastating consequences of that choice for the rest of her life. No Rest for the Wicked was directed by Raine Brown and also stars Matt Bonacci and Joe Zasso.
Finally, in Lewis: when Amanda Reece (Deneen Melody) returns to Kronanburg with her young daughter, searching for clues to her past, she is startled that the residents of this town are very familiar with her...and seem to have sinister plans that involve she and her daughter. Lewis was directed by Anthony Sumner, and also stars Jerry Murdock, Susan Adriensen and Jason Hignite.
Psycho Street: Four twisted tales that lead to a DEAD END!
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