LAKE HOPATCONG, NJ (March 30, 2014) – Fox Trail Productions announces two screenings of the controversial film “Infliction” at the Camp Jefferson Theater on Saturday May 3rd, 2014 at 7pm and 9pm at Camp Jefferson, 81 Weldon Road, Building 11, Lake Hopatcong, NJ. Produced by award-winning filmmaker Jack Thomas Smith, whose feature film “Disorder” was released by Universal/Vivendi and Warner Brothers, “Infliction” is a dark and disturbing assembled footage film that documents two brothers’ murder spree in NC and the horrific truth behind their actions.
“Working on ‘Infliction’ left me troubled and haunted,” says Jack Thomas Smith, who will be attending the screenings. “It left me thinking about people’s actions or lack thereof and the inevitable domino effect. We all walk our own path in life, which shapes and defines us. What happens to us today, good or bad, will affect generations to come.”
Jack Thomas Smith will host a Q&A session after the screenings.
Admission is $8.00 and tickets can be purchased in advance at www.inflictiontapes.com or at the door.
“Infliction” will screen in select theaters across the country in the spring and summer of 2014 with the nationwidte DVD, PPV, VOD, and digital release scheduled for July 1s , 2014 by Virgil Films & Entertainment.
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Jack Thomas Smith made his feature film-directing debut with the psychological thriller “Disorder.” He was also the writer and producer of that film. “Disorder” was released on DVD by Universal/Vivendi and New Light Entertainment. It was released on Pay-Per-View and Video-On-Demand by Warner Brothers. Overseas, it screened at the Cannes Film Festival and the Raindance Film Festival in London. Curb Entertainment represented “Disorder” for foreign sales and secured distribution deals around the world.
Born in 1969 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Smith lived there until he was eight when his family relocated to a quiet island community in Michigan, which would later serve as the inspiration for his upcoming film “In the Dark.” He began to write at a very young age after reading the Stephen King novels “Salem’s Lot” and “The Shining.” By the time he was eleven, he had written a 300-page novel and a number of short stories.
Smith’s family moved to Sparta, New Jersey when he was a teenager. It was there in that middle-class town that he discovered the films of George A. Romero, Stanley Kubrick, Brian DePalma, and John Carpenter. Inspired to make movies, he wrote and directed a handful of short films that were shot on Super 8mm and starred his brother and friends in all of the roles.
As a young adult, Smith produced films for noted horror directors Ted Bohus and John Russo, co-creator of “Night of the Living Dead.” From that point on, it was only a matter of time for his growth as a filmmaker to expand.
Smith’s current project he calls “Infliction” is a dark and disturbing assembled footage film that documents two brothers’ murder spree in NC and the horrific truth behind their actions.
Smith’s production company, Fox Trail Productions, Inc., is currently developing the action/horror film “In the Dark,” the drama “Illegals,” and the comedy “Ties that Bind.”