Film production company Dual Visions has released the official artwork for the horror feature The Divine Tragedies. The graphic shows one character bloodied and surrounded by rose petals. This title is being developed by brothers and producers Jon and James Kondelik (Rise of the Zombies). Coincidentally, this film deals with two brothers who put their wits to the test and seek to perform the perfect murder. The Divine Tragedies stars: Ken Foree, Barbara Crampton, Sean Whalen, Lynn Lowry and many more. An update on the film is hosted here.
In the story, two brothers: Charles and Thomas, craft the perfect crime. They hope to murder a young, single mother and get away with it. Based on the Leopold and Loeb criminal case, these two brothers must face a diligent detective, who hopes to track these two down. Otherwise, Charles and Thomas will continue their murder spree.
The official artwork has been produced by graphic artist Sasha Burrow and photographer Matt Shapira. Together, these two have created a haunting graphic, which promises “your death will be…beautiful.” This line highlights some of the tragedy from the film. As well, the production company has released two stills from this title. The stills feature the detective, actor Ken Foree, and actress Barbara Crampton as the Mother Divine. Fans of horror can see all of the latest publicity material on the film here.
The official synopsis: The Divine Tragedies, based loosely on the famous Leopold and Loeb murder case, tells the tale of Charles Brubaker and his half-brother Thomas Lo Bianco, who concoct a deadly game to test their superior intelligence against the dimwitted masses. This game will eventually lead to murder. And when Genevieve, a beautiful single mother, enters their lives they finally find the perfect girl for their first kill. But problems arise when they quickly discover that Detective Homer Gaul (Ken Foree), a cop with a very special gift, is hot on their trail (Dual Visions).
Director: Jose Prendes.
Producers: Jon and James Kondelik.
Cast: Lynn Lowry, Ken Foree, Sean Whalen, Graham Denman and Jon Kondelik.
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