Nobody seems like Larry Fessenden as much as I do. In a world stuffed to overflowing with horrible low-budget horror flicks that do absolutely nothing new with the genre, Fessenden’s efforts are pushing boundaries. The guy is definitely trying new things, though nobody seems to be as willing to bite as me. Screw you guys, then.
The director’s latest effort, the man-eating fish endeavor “Beneath,” is ready to rumble on Blu-ray and DVD on March 25. Here’s the kicker — the Blu-ray artwork is reversible! I know that’s probably not going to change your mind about purchasing the flick, but it’s a definitely bonus for those of us who can’t wait to own a copy. Not excited about Larry Fessenden’s fish movie? Then screw you again. God. Some people!
Here’s the skinny straight from Glass Eye Pix’s Facebook page.
As reported earlier, our release for 2013’s “Beneath” will be surfacing on Blu-ray & DVD on March 25th. Check out the first look at the cover design, which is reversible so you can choose the one you like and want to display the most!
Directed by Larry Fessenden (“The Last Winter,” “Wendigo”), the story concerns six high school seniors find themselves on rowboat in a middle of lake attacked by man-eating fish. The twist? They must decide who must be sacrificed as they fight their way back to shore.
In case you missed it, here’s the trailer for “Beneath.” And let me know if you’re a fan of Larry Fessenden’s work. That way I can rub it in someone’s face down the road.
You know who you are.
Via : Facebook