Gruesome New Trailer for Director Ivan Zuccon’s Wrath of the Crows

Tiffany Shepis, Debbie Rochon, and Tara Cardinal? In the same blood-soaked motion picture? Where in the hell do I sign up? Below you’ll find a nasty little trailer for director Ivan Zuccon’s upcoming endeavor “Wrath of the Crows”, a torture horror flick that, to be perfectly honest, doesn’t look half bad. The whole handkerchief bit is pretty clever, and, like I said, you can’t go wrong with Shepis, Rochon, and Cardinal. I mean, I guess you could, but I seriously doubt it.

Anyway, read this synopsis:

In a dirty and narrow jail, Larry (Domiziano Arcangeli), Deborah (Debbie Rochon), Hugo (Brian Fortune), Hernest (John Game) and Liza (Tara Cardinal), the prisoners, are obliged to suffer injustices from the guards and from their chief, the officer. Above all of them all: the Judge. Nobody ever saw him, but he is the one that sets the rules and he’s feared by inmates and guards alike. The prisoners know how to behave, what are the rules to be respected but they don’t remember anything of their former life outside the walls of the fortress of their prison. The Prisoner’s sole memory, slowly emerging during the story, is the Great Evil that led them to the fortress. And the long long time they have been imprisoned in it.

Suddenly, a new prisoner makes its out from nothing-like appearance: PRINCESS (Tiffany Shepis). She is a beautiful lady, dressed only in a crow feathers coat, shining and sensual. Her arrival causes curiosity, envy, suspect and a deep sexual agitation. In a very short time Princess reveals her dark and supernatural nature: she can move objects with the power of her mind and is extremely strong. As Liza soon discovers: escape is just a dream for all of the prisoners. Even the rude nightmarish projected images they can see outside the windows of their cells, can make them give up from the escape thought.

But you can’t escape from yourself or your past.

“Wrath of the Crows” is currently in post-production, but rumor has it that the will be ready for consumption sometime this fall. The aforementioned trailer awaits.