Given he’s been around for 100’s of years, Count Dracula has done a lot of evil during his tenure as one of the world’s top go-to monsters. A new film is ready to explore some of them…
From the Press Release:
Scorpio Film Releasing, New England’s most prolific feature film production company, is overjoyed to announce that their newest film, The Sins of Dracula, a story of sex, sacrilege, and sin from director Richard Griffin, writer Michael Varrati, and producers Ted Marr and Stacey St. Edmunds, is now available in wide release on DVD.
“We are thrilled to be sharing The Sins of Dracula with the world on DVD,” said director Richard Griffin. “The response from the audience at the theatrical showings, as well as all the extremely positive reviews the movie has generated, really has us very excited. Horror fans are always looking for something new and exciting, and it’s great to know we’ve hit a positive nerve with them!”
The story of Sins of Dracula centers around Billy, played by Jamie Dufault. As the star of his church choir, there’s nothing that brings Billy more joy than the opportunity to sing for an audience. However, as his desire to perform grows, the stalwart youth finds that waiting until Sunday to get his fix just simply isn’t enough.
Going against the advice of his pastor, Billy follows his girlfriend into the world of secular entertainment, joining the local community theatre troupe. There, Billy is introduced to a whole new world, where his fellow thespians dabble in drugs, sexual perversion, and table-top game-play. Yet, for all the newly minted depravities Billy encounters, none could prepare him for the darkest truth of them all: The theatre group is actually a front for a Satanic cult intent on raising Dracula from the grave! It’s a world where Sondheim is Satan, Broadway means blasphemy, and where taking the stage just might mean curtains… for your eternal soul.
The Sins of Dracula stars Michael Thurber (Exhumed), Jamie Dufault (Murder University), Sarah Nicklin (Alice D), Steven O’Broin (Future Justice), Carmine Capobianco (Psychos in Love), and Samantha Acampora (Murder University).