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Natural Possession - Director's Cut
Director's Cut - 2016
Horror / Dark Comedy
Released formally as "Son Of Terror"
Written and directed by Antony De Gennaro
Winner of Xristos Award - 2016 AOF International Film Festival
Someone is killing homeless people in Pioneer Square. Local artist John Willem has been known to suffer from mental delusions but he believes he is having psychic visions about the killer's identity. Is it a gruesome, terrifying monster or the performance artist downstairs?
Desperately reaching out to his vanity driven, lust crazed friends only gets John stabbed in the back and sinks him deeper into psychosis. Confessing his visions to the local police gets him ridiculed. Now John is in a race against borrowed time. Too bad John's own narcissism conceals a much more sinister plot...a running bet for control of the entire universe.
The film was shot on Super 16mm and set in Pioneer Square, Seattle. It examines the horror of homelessness and mental illness while poking fun at the local art scene.
Natural Possession was modeled after classic monster and experimental, art house movies. It stars Alan Sutherland, Larry Laverty, Benjamin Barak Andrews, Marcel Davis, Dex Manley, Kelly King, Rodrigo DeMedeiros, Bernadette Cuvalo, Joseph Bayard, John DeGennaro, Natasha Sims & John Shaner.
Sisterhood of Death - (2017)
2017 AOF Action on Film Festival Las Vegas
2012 Syracuse Horror Film Festival
2013 Seattle True Independent Film Festival
2017 Released by Indie Rights
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Run Time - 86 min USA
Directed by Antony De Gennaro. Written by Antony De Gennaro, Timothy Vernor
Franky's been having premonitions. One day while jogging, he meets 3 Witches posing as burlesque dancers. This is finally the big break he's been waiting for. Franky falls prey to a diabolical plot. All mayhem breaks loose in this comedy horror when MOMMY finds out!
"I wasn't sure what I was getting before I popped this into my DVD player but it didn't take long for me to realize that this was a very unique, funny and highly entertaining film."
Review by Videoviews