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Videos: DeepFake Technology Makes Barbara Crampton the Star of PSYCHO, SCREAM, DIAL M FOR MURDER & More!

We can’t get enough of Barbara Crampton here at Dread Central! The horror icon will star in Sacrifice, which we’re releasing on VOD February 9th.

Inspired by the Paul Kane short story “Men of The Cloth”, Sacrifice is written and directed by Andy Collier and Tor Mian, and stars horror icon Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator, From Beyond, You’re Next), Dag Sorlie, Erik Lundin, Jack Kristiansen, Johanna Adde Dahl, Ludovic Hughes, Lukas Loughran, and Sophie Stevens. The film follows an American couple visiting a remote Norwegian Island who is drawn into a sinister cult that worships a sea-dwelling deity.

New Yorker Isaac and his pregnant wife return to a remote Norwegian village of his birth to claim an unexpected inheritance. Here they find themselves caught in a nightmare as an ancient evil awakens to claim a birthright of its own.

Recently, filmmaker Abner Pastoll (A Good Woman is Hard to Find) used DeepFake technology to recast some of our favorite non-Barbara-Crampton films to include the Re-Animator star! See what films like Psycho, Scream, Dial M for Murder, and The Fifth Element might have looked like!

Related Article: Video: MR. FLY DeepFake Swaps Jeff Goldblum with Rami Malek

Do you love Barbara Crampton as much as we do? Are you excited to check out Sacrifice next month? What do you think of these DeepFake videos by Abner Pastoll? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! You can also carry on the convo with me personally on Twitter @josh_millican.

Written by Josh Millican

Josh Millican is the Editor in Chief at Dread Central.

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