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Devilworks gets Scars of Xavier

Ahead of the EFM, Genre specialists Devilworks has acquired Worldwide rights to Scars of Xavier, directed and written by Kai E. Bogatzki (editor of Blood Feast).

A fast-paced Horror Thriller with energy complimented by an electronic stylized soundtrack, Scars of Xavier tells the story of a man who by day works in a car wash service, but by night turns into a brutal and vicious serial killer, targeting young women.

Already receiving awards for Best Film and SFX at Dark Viens Horror Fest, Best Thriller at the Nightmare Film Festival and Winner of the NYC Indie Film Awards, Scars of Xavier has been reviewed by Deadline as ‘Disturbingly Genius’, Bloody Disgusting ‘A Killer Performance’,
and Dread Central ‘A Front-Row View To A True Psychopath’

Kai E. Bogatzki co-produced the film, along with Marc Engel who also stars as lead character Xavier.

Devilworks president Samantha Richardson commented: “Scars of Xavier is a raw insight into the disturbed psyche of a killer & each one of his violent impulses are followed and experienced by the audience”

Devilworks will introduce the film to buyers at the European Film Market next month (Feb 15-23).

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