Sunday, March 03, 2019

Breaking Glass Pictures Unleashes 2 Extreme Horror Films on DVD/VOD ​

Described as “an intense film that explores the darkest sides of humanity” (10K Bullets) that is “not one for the faint hearted” (UK Film Review), RED ROOM brings the terror of what lies in the deepest, darkest corners of the internet into the light…with blood-soaked results. 

Kyra, a young woman kidnapped off the street after a night out, wakes up in an isolated house with two other captives. They are informed by their sadistic captors that they must wait their turn to enter the Room before they will be released. Once they discover they will never leave the house alive, they plot to escape before it is their turn to enter the Red Room.

On the heels of RED ROOM, audiences are invited to check-in at MOTEL MIST, where sex, death, and aliens all hold sway over the lives of four actors unknowingly on the road to destruction. 

After being removed from the programme by TrueVisions one day before it’s intended release, director Prabda Yoon’s MOTEL MIST (original title “Rong Ram Tang Dao”) will finally arrive in North America.

Variety praised the film’s “sleazy charm” while Kong Rithdee of the Bangkok Post emphasized that “it's important that a film of unconventional sensibility and temperament gets a chance on the screen.”

In an unusual motel on the outskirts of Bangkok, four lives intertwine and change forever. A father with kinky and somewhat dangerous sexual fetishes brings his latest partner, a school girl, to his custom-made erotic chamber in Room 7. A former child actor in the midst of wild media speculations checks into Room 5, hiding from the aliens he believes are out to get him. Throw into the mix a motel staffer determined to start a new, and a beautiful vixen determined to save her friend from a deadly sexual fantasy life by any means necessary. Motel Mist, and the mysterious powers behind the hotel, have opened for business. 

RED ROOM and MOTEL MIST willbe available on DVD and VOD platforms including iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, PlayStation, Xbox, Vudu, and FandangoNOW. 

1 comment:

  1. I like scary movies so may have to check these out.


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