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Thursday, April 22, 2010

Check out the trailer for the short film SERIAL: AMORAL UPRISING

SERIAL: AMORAL UPRISING is a 58 minute "short" film written and directed by K.M. Jamison. Here is the plot synopsis from imdb.com:

SERIAL: AMORAL UPRISING is a prologue that we filmed, funded and produced ourselves in effort to get the promotional ball rolling on a much bigger script that we plan to shoot in the summer of 2010. SERIAL: AMORAL UPRISING is just the beginning of a much larger story that profiles the life and crimes of a manipulative sociopath and serial killer. Greatly inspired by crime/horror films such as Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Maniac, Kalifornia and legendary true crime author Ann Rule. Although the character and story of SERIAL: AMORAL UPRISING may be fiction, the actions and events that transpire throughout his life are in fact inspired by a large number of true life cases such as Ted Bundy, Edmund Kemper, Henry Lee Lucas and Tommy Lynn Sells just to name a few. This is NOT your garden variety slasher flick. He's not Freddy or Jason. He's someone you could see as your drinking buddy, your co worker or the guy hired to fix the roof on your house. Using his sleek exterior and cunning personality as a tool to his advantage, especially when it comes to using manipulation to get what he wants out of people and particular situations. Under an artificial mask of sanity lies the true identity that is only shown to a select few.
I love that line "an artificial mask of sanity"! Good stuff! Check out the trailer below. This is a film I am really looking forward to seeing, as I have always been a fan of True Crime Horror and Serial Killer films.
CLICK HERE to watch the trailer for SERIAL: AMORAL UPRISING
CLICK HERE to visit the film's official website

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