Larry Longstreth’s THE MURDERS OF BRANDYWINE THEATER is now available on demand. The film follows a ventriloquist’s puppet who decides to take matters into his own hands after the town ridicules his master. It has an all star cast of favorites from pro wrestling, music and even the NFL. Read ahead for all the details on THE MURDERS OF BRANDYWINE THEATER and look for a review from us real soon.
Produced by Eddy Spaghetti Productions and released through Xenon Pictures, The Murders of Brandywine Theater is now available on VOD/PPV (Time Warner Cable; Comcast; COX) and iTunes, and will subsequently release on other digital platforms including GooglePlay, Amazon Instant Video, and Vudu. This unique genre-bending horror film follows Henry Kosta (Dian Bachar), a gifted ventriloquist whose talents are ridiculed by the small town he lives in. But when his puppet, Moxxy, takes matters into its own hands, Henry’s detractors learn to respect – and fear – the man that pulls the strings.
The Murders of Brandywine Theater was written and directed by Larry Longstreth (The Long, Slow Death of Twenty-Something), executive produced by Mark Ordesly (The Lord of the Rings; Exists) and stars Dian Bachar (BASEketball, Orgazmo, Southpark), Diamond Dallas Page (The Devil’s Rejects, WCW, WWE), Danielle Lozeau (Legion, Black Water Vampire), Dustin Runnels (WWE), Martin Klebba (The Pirates of the Caribbean), Josh Cribbs (NFL), and Les Claypool (lead singer of Primus) as the voice of the puppet “Moxxy”.
The film was shot entirely on Kent, Ohio. Longstreth, originally from Ohio, elaborated on shooting in his home state: “The Murders of Brandywine Theater took up over 2 years of my life. In that time, a group of Ohio filmmakers – and friends – worked side-by-side with talented actors we’d grown up watching. We collaborated, debated, got almost no sleep, worked long hours, and now… we’ve brought the ship safely to harbor. I am so excited to share this creative endeavor with the world.”
The Murders of Brandywine Theater is now available on VOD/PPV (Time Warner Cable; Comcast; COX) and iTunes and will be subsequently releasing on other digital platforms including GooglePlay, Amazon Instant Video, and Vudu.
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