The folks from The Boston Film Family have released the trailer for their upcoming feature PARTS UNKNOWN. The film was announced a few weeks back and now we get to see a little glimpse of the the Richard Chandler film. PARTS UNKNOWN is an epic sounding feature that combines two worlds high in the favor of HMU. That’s horror and pro wrestling! In the flick a well known wrestling family on the brink of disappearing uses supernatural forces to regain their notoriety. Take a glance at the trailer and lobby style cards ahead and look for more info as it inches closer to the world premiere on June 9th, 2018.
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.
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. 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.
Chandler had high praise for the returning members of his company’s tightly knit ensemble. He said that the performance of former pro-wrestler/actress Michelle, who had worked with Chandler in a variety of projects over the past six years, will “shock” audiences to their core when they view her interpretation of Kitty Von Strasser.
“I needed someone who was fearless,” he explained, “someone who had no care about anything outside of PARTS UNKNOWN. Her character – Kitty – is kind of like that, but on a much more violent level. There’s really no one else that could have played this character. (Michelle) was able to bring an intensity to her dialogue and a wild physicality to her fight scenes like no one else.”
Hauk was tapped to play a wrestling “hype man” whose “dynamic” persona displayed his range as an actor. “Alex gets pretty dark in this (movie),” confided Chandler. “It’s his best role to date.” And Cipolla, he added, also brought a high level of professionalism to her lead role as Mary Price that made her character’s “dramatic transition” in the movie “very believable.”
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).