THREE TEARS ON BLOODSTAINED FLESH: American Giallo in the Making

THREE TEARS ON BLOODSTAINED FLESH: American Giallo in the Making

Ever wonder what American Giallo would look like? Maybe you’ve seen something in recent cinema history that might qualify (there are a few). Say hello to a new effort from Cinephreak Pictures that just might have what you’ve been looking for. Let’s hope for the American equivalent of Goblin (would that be Dream Theater?).

THREE TEARS ON BLOODSTAINED FLESH is a modern, Midwesternized spin on the giallo. It tells the tale of a man with a sordid past who returns to the small town he’s long since abandoned to bury his niece. Convinced she was murdered, he begins digging around the town and in the process uncovers their dark secrets, which include a deranged cult and a high body count.

THREE TEARS stars Bill Gobin, Jim Dougherty (SCALENE), Kayla Crance (EAST OF NOWHERE), Angela Steele (IDIOT GORE), Scott Ganyo (SHADE OF GREAY, OBSOLESCENCE), Rosalind Rubin (12 ROUNDS, CLEANER) and Jim O’Rear (DAY OF THE DEAD, PSYCHO IV)

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Dr. Jimmy Terror, more commonly known as James P. Harris, has been “writing your eyes” shut since 2010 with his horror themed blog Dr. Terror’s Blog of Horrors (whose name is a play on words derived from the Amicus film, Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors). In the early 2000’s he fronted the band The Vaudeville Vampires, a short-lived Horrorabilly band which saw the creation of a catalog of horror related songs before disbanding (with only one, six song demo ever being produced and distributed). He has had only one on screen appearance to date in the horror/suspense short, Ocean Parkway, as maniacal, gloved killer with a hair fetish. Having done some un-credited, behind the scenes work in some low budget genre pictures, he is currently working on his first foray into screenwriting with a demonic, retro gore entry that pays homage to Lucio Fulci, Dario Argento as well as other Italian masters of the genre.

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