Bereavement - Preview
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THERE’S blood and guts a-plenty in Steven Mena’s dark and harrowing Bereavement which makes its DVD debut, courtesy of High Fliers Films, on October 1, 2012.
Featuring a sterling cast including horror stalwart Michael Biehn (Planet Terror, The Terminator), Alexandra Daddario and Nolan Gerrard Funk, Bereavement has been compared favourably to the likes of Halloween and Psycho.
Young Martin Bristol has a rare genetic disorder that causes him to feel no physical pain.
Graham Sutter is a deranged psychopath who kidnaps the young boy from outside his house and forces him to become an unwilling participant in the mindless slaughter of his innocent victims.
Evil Sutter abducts young women and takes them to his farmhouse in Pennsylvania for sacrificial slayings. His atrocities have gone unnoticed for many years… that is until bright young thing Allison moves into the area to live with her uncle and becomes suspicious of goings on at the farm.
Once Sutter’s crazed world has been discovered, all hell is unleashed.
Can Allison save Martin or is he destined for a fate worse than death? This disturbing tale explores the effect that extreme brutality has on a young child who has not yet learned the difference between good and evil and is a must see horror.
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Running time: 103mins
UK DVD Release: October 1, 2012