Finally, Thanatomorphose (review) is hitting DVD Stateside, and we have a look at the artwork for you right here. Surprise! It’s not as horrid as the UK art, which we LOVED.
The film stars Kayden Rose, Davyd Tousignant, Émile Beaudry, Karine Picard, Roch-Denis Gagnon, Éryka L. Cantieri, Pat Lemaire, and Simon Laperrière.
A Cronenbergian smorgasbord of rancid flesh and sexual gratification, Thanatomorphose, by Canadian director Eric Falardeau, picks up where Nekromantic left off. Look for it on DVD on January 21st from Unearthed Films.
A strange and claustrophobic tale of sexuality, horror, and bodily fluids, Thanatomorphose not only will make you wince but is strangely uplifting in its take on mortality.
For more info visit the official Thanatomorphose website.
Thanatomorphose is an Hellenic word meaning the visible signs of an organism’s decomposition caused by death. One day a young and beautiful girl wakes up and finds her flesh rotting.
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