Parts Unknown Reveals Its First Official Trailer

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Boston Film Family, LLC, has released the official trailer of its upcoming feature film, Parts Unknown. The wrestling/horror movie will have its world premiere on June 9, 2018. Today, we are pleased to show you the film’s first official trailer, which you can watch and indulge in some of the film’s body horror on this page.

Parts Unknown Synopsis:

Written, produced, and directed by Boston Film Family CEO Richard Chandler, Parts Unknown is the story about how the infamous Von Strasser family (of professional wrestling fame) seek to violently reclaim their notorious status through supernatural means despite being blackballed by forces within the industry.

Parts Unknown Trailer from Boston Film Family on Vimeo.

The movie stars retired pro-wrestler/actor William DeCoff, pro-wrestling manager/actress Lizzie Havoc, and Boston Film Family alumni Alexandra Cipolla, Alexander Hauck, and Sarah Michelle.

Former pro-wrestler Jake “The Snake” Roberts lends his vocal talents to the movie. Cameos are also provided by the indie tag team The Devil’s Doormen as well as YouTube and podcast personality Brian Zane (of Wrestling with Wregret fame).

Richard Chandler explained the deeper social issues that fuel his latest cinematic endeavor:

Professional wrestling has always been plagued with controversies over drug use, exploitation, and violence. As over-the-top as Parts Unknown is, it still addresses the personal, political, and business pressures that lead to some of the movie’s crazier moments.

You get a glimpse – albeit slightly exaggerated – at what wrestling as a business has become. What wrestlers put themselves through for the art of wrestling – especially in the indie scene – to please small groups of rabid fans is crazy but triumphant. Much of the movie involves undertones of sacrifice for a greater ‘cause’ and how that sense of sacrifice has affected entertainment in particular and possibly the world in general… (Wrestling) is an art form. So is horror if it’s done right. Both incorporate violence, brutality, crazy characters, a little humor, and more. The slow build to intense moments is something both wrestling and horror can deliver.

Boston Film Family, LLC, is an award-winning Massachusetts-based independent film production company that specializes in the creation of visual horror and grindhouse stories. Its previous works include the featurette Witch Hunt (2016), the feature film Gilgamesh (2014), and the webseries Boston Massacre (2012-2013).

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