Another still has arrived for Joston Theney’s new project Adam K., and we have this bad boy for you right here. The still features Sarah Nicklin as “Amanda Cole,” who’s apparently trying desperately to avoid the warm, bloody embrace of the flick’s big bad.
“What really makes the killer so scary is that he could literally be any ‘normal’ guy that you run into on the street,” says Nicklin. “He’s completely unassuming (until all Hell breaks loose).”
She continues, “I think the biggest impact it would have [on horror fans] is to make people look over their shoulder and be more suspicious of their neighbors or the good samaritans that seemingly just want to help them out because you never know what their ulterior motives might really be.”
Writer/director Joston “El Rey” Theney has announced that Adam K. will soon be making its way to theaters and home video. Theney previously said, “In early fall we’ll have the Los Angeles premiere, then a Bay Area showing. Some festivals have reached out to us, but we’re only going to do about two or three of those.”
The film stars Brinke Stevens, Arielle Brachfeld, Kristin Wall Wheatley, Sarah Nicklin, Jessica Cameron, Graham Denman, and Dylan Hobbs. It’s written, directed, and produced by Joston “El Rey” Theney.
ADAM K. is a gory take on the tale of nature versus nurture that proves – evil wears a smile! Mild-mannered and seemingly good-natured auto insurance claims adjusters Adam Kraul sets out daily to make friends, however ends up with mutilated victims when his invitations for friendships are rejected.
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