The question is, do serial killers really want fame? Sure, the consensus on TV crime dramas is that they want recognition and they want to be caught, but do they really want fame?
We’ll soon get some type of answer from the recently acquired Apocalypse Kiss. Acort International has made the acquisition and has plans for world-wide distribution, which will include a North American DVD on Midnight Releasing and a VOD run. Plans also include a showing at the 2013 American Film Market (November 6-13, Santa Monica, California).
Apocalypse Kiss, the self-described “neo sci-fi exploitation” film, looks like a B-movie opera straight out of the ’90s: a city’s seedy underbelly awash in neon lights and painted with a film noir appeal; a pastel painted hooker; and bad hair and worse suits. Yes, there’s a nostalgic element to what’s seen in the trailer, but anyone can see that this will be B-movie paradise in the same vein as the glorious Manborg.
Acort has made the film irresistible viewing, citing Grillo’s style that includes scenes of left-field characters indulging in perverse subculture scenarios. And for the truly nerdy viewers, Apocalypse Kiss features retro-style model making techniques with the latest CGI FX, giving the film cult-ish flavor that is unique from today’s Hollywood films.
Apocalypse Kiss is expected for release on 15 June 2014.
Apocalypse Kiss synopsis:
In this futuristic science fiction, government security agent Jerry Hipple has been unsuccessfully tracking the city’s most infamous criminal — The Red Harvest Killer. When two nomadic lovers, Katia and Gladys enter the city the death count rises and are being credited as Red Harvest killings. Obsessive compulsive Adrian, the actual Red Harvest Killer becomes furious that the sexy serial killing duo are grabbing media attention under his alias. Not only does Adrian attempt to reclaim his rightful reputation but he also decides to cleverly aid his detective counterpart through the case. All the while, killers and victims alike are unaware the world is about to reach an abrupt catastrophic ending.
Stay tuned toas news about this film evolves.
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