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2011's most sexually inappropriate horror anthology, LITTLE DEATHS is heading home to make you wildly uncomfortable.
A three tale team-up from Sean Hogan (LIE STILL, THE DEVIL'S BUSINESS), Andrew Parkinson (I, ZOMBIE) and Simon Rumley (THE LIVING AND THE DEAD, RED WHITE & BLUE), the tales of LITTLE DEATHS ("House and Home", "Mutant Tool" and "Bitch") are all sorts of provoking and shuddering.
It's hitting DVD this December 13 from Image Entertainment with a Behind The Scenes feature in tow and sees "well-to-do home owners Richard and Victoria pose as religious do-gooders and lure homeless girls to their luxurious home. Apartment dwellers Claire and Pete invigorate their love life with a role-playing game with increasingly hazy boundaries. Jen and Frank, once prostitute and pimp, are now trying to make a go of things as an exclusive couple. Jen’s even in therapy with a psychiatrist, who is secretly working with her husband Frank. Each couple is in for a surprise. Richard and Victoria will have the tables turned on them by one of their lady victims; Claire will finally push Pete too far in their sexual game; and Jen and Frank can’t begin to imagine what their conspiring psychiatrist is up to. LITTLE DEATHS are little games that sometimes lead to the big one."
Check out the cover art below and Fango's review from SXSW right here. For more, pick up FANGORIA #308 (on sale now) for words from Hogan.
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