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Debut images for the new lineup from Devilworks

 

IN CONTROL

IN CONTROL

Devilworks is set to head to EFM in February and late last week they debuted the new stills for a slew of genre films on the way. Each feature showcases some fresh talent and we have stills and trailers for them all. The list highlights INCONTROL, THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY, CUT SHOOT KILL, POPULATION ZERO, PEELERS, and STILL ALIVE. Check them all out ahead including descriptions with more updates coming soon!

Devilworks, a leader in genre film sales, drop new stills, artwork & trailers from their Genre slate, which the company shall bring to the European Film Market (EFM) February 9 to 17, 2017. Boasting a robust slate of unique voices and fresh talent in genre filmmaking, the company’s lineup includes INCONTROL, THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY, CUT SHOOT KILL, POPULATION ZERO, PEELERS, and STILL ALIVE.

INCONTROL

is directed by Kurtis David Harder (CODY FITZ) and stars Levi Meaden (PACIFIC RIM: MAELSTROM, AFTERMATH, THE KILLING) and Rory J. Saper (THE LEGEND OF TARZAN). The film follows a group of university students who discover a device that allows them to take control of others, and experience the world through someone else. As they push the machine’s abilities to its limits, they begin to question the device itself.

Trailer:

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CUT SHOOT KILL

by director Michael Walker (PRICE CHECK, CHASING SLEEP, THE MAID’S ROOM) stars Alexandra Socha (RED OAKS, EMOTICON) and Phil Burke (HELL ON WHEELS, BILLY & BILLIE). Serena Brooks (Socha), an ambitious young actress, signs on as the star of a horror film with a crew of backwoods filmmakers that have worked together for years. When the cast starts disappearing, Serena has to become her character if she wants to survive.

Trailer:

 

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THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY

is the feature debut by Balazs Juszt and is inspired by the existentialist novel of the same name by G.K. Chesterton (1908). The film is a metaphysical thriller chronicling one Father Smith’s Faustian descent into the Roman underworld and stars François Arnaud, known for his work in THE BORGIAS, BLINDSPOT and Xavier Dolan’s I KILLED MY MOTHER; and Ana Ularu who currently stars in NBC’s EMERALD CITY, fantasy television series based on the Land of Oz book series written by L. Frank Baum.

Trailer:

PEELERS

by editor/director Sevé Schelenz (SKEW) follows Blue Jean (played by Wren Walker), a small town strip club owner who must defend her bar, her strippers and her life when violent zombies show up on the final closing night and all hell breaks loose. The film recently screened at Sitges 2016.

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Trailer:

POPULATION ZERO

had its International Premiere at Frightfest in London and will be released in the Spring by ICON in the UK. The film is co-directed by award-winning Canadian documentarian Julian T. Pinder (JESUS TOWN USA, LAND) and Adam Levins (ESTRANGED) is a docu-thriller that follows a quest for answers. In April 2009, three young men were killed in a remote part of Yellowstone National Park. Authorities Never Found the Murderer. He Found Them. Only hours after three young men were gunned down in cold blood, Dwayne Nelson walked into a ranger station miles away and confessed to the crime. Despite his detailed confession, Dwayne Nelson was allowed to go free because of a loophole in the American Constitution. Julian T. Pinder travels to Yellowstone in a cinematic and compelling chase for truth behind a crime that should have rocked the nation.

Trailer:

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STILL ALIVE

{previously titled ‘Paralytic’) directed by Joey Johnson (SHADOWED) was picked up by Devilworks at AFM 2016. The film tells the story of a famed contract hit man who takes vengeance on a powerful drug cartel, following the murder of his lover. He is tracked down and forced to endure the most agonizing of deaths; resulting in a mysterious puzzle that a small town sheriff must solve in order to stop untold horrors.

Trailer:

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“We are very excited to bring such a strong slate of films to EFM,” said Samantha Richardson. “Genre filmmaking is an ever-growing industry and these unique stories are guaranteed to impress distributors searching for fresh voices in cinema.”

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