Jennifer Lynch is back with 'Chained' another horror film this starring Vincent D'Onofrio, and if you're at the Fantasia Film Festival, you can catch it there. In September, two lucky readers will be able to get blu-ray copies of the film too!
Jennifer Lynch has got another horror film hitting blu-ray in October, but it's playing at one of my favorite horror film festivals, Fantasia, next month. The green band trailer below looks interesting and Vincent D'Onorfrio is playing to his oddball strengths as a serial killer. Below is everything you'd want to know about the film plus more, but in September, we'll have a giveaway for two blu-ray copies of the film since our contests giveaways have gone over much better than both myself and the studios expected so we're getting more signing on so you readers are the winners with lots of free stuff!
[callout title=Chained Movie Synopsis]Perhaps the most terrifying human relationship is the one between a serial killer and his target. But what if it starts that way, and becomes something...more? From the visionary mind of director Jennifer Lynch (Boxing Helena, Surveillance, Hisss) comes the dark fable CHAINED from Anchor Bay Films. With a stellar cast including Vincent D’Onofrio (Full Metal Jacket, “Law and Order: Criminal Intent”), Gina Phillips (Jeepers Creepers, “Ally McBeal”) Conor Leslie (“90210”), Evan Bird (“The Killing”), with Jake Weber (Dawn of the Dead, “Medium”) and Julia Ormond (My Week With Marilyn, “Mad Men”), CHAINED is an unforgettable ride into the darkness that can reside in the human heart – no matter what your age.
Coming home from a routine trip to the movies, eight-year-old Tim (Bird) and his mother, Sarah (Ormond) are picked up by a psychopathic cab driver named Bob (D’Onofrio). It ends up being their last ride together. Bob murders the young boy’s mother and keeps Tim as his unwilling protégée, making him clean up the mess following each murder he commits. After a couple of aborted escape attempts, Bob chains Tim – now renamed Rabbit -- allowing just enough length to move freely within the house. As the years pass, Bob starts instructing Rabbit, teaching him anatomy and human behavior. Now a teenager, Rabbit (Eamon Farren, X: Night of Vengeance) is slowly being pressed by Bob to start his own homicidal spree. Slowly but surely, he must soon choose whether to follow in Bob’s serial killer footsteps or make one final, desperate attempt to break free... [/callout]