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Weird Fiction

The Slaughtered Bird is delighted to announce a feature we’re lucky enough to have been involved with has finally wrapped, blazed through post production, and is currently looking for reviews!

The talented folks over at Fame Cinema have created the brilliant WEIRD FICTION – an anthology consisting of 4 segments, all heavily influenced by your favourite horror compilations, such as Tales from the Crypt and Body Bags, and captures that retro, gritty VHS style that many bigger budgeted features fail to achieve.

Writer/Director Jacob Perrett and Producer Taylor Rhoades (who also both star) are now eager to get their gem off to keen reviewers, before hitting the festival circuit.

The film’s official poster (below) was created by Slaughtered Bird faves BRUTAL Posters.

Give the guys a follow on Twitter (@SpeaksJacob, @Rhoades2Rocky), and check out the film’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/weirdfictionmovie/).

Drop us a line here at The Slaughtered Bird (either on Twitter: @SlaughteredBird, or email: TheSlaughteredBird@gmail.com) if you’re interested in reviewing WEIRD FICTION for your website, magazine, etc.

 

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