Indie slasher “A PLACE IN HELL” finds a place to premiere, distribution, new poster


We first told you here about CuffLink Productions’ A PLACE IN HELL, a new feature based on a true serial-killer case, and now we’ve got word on its Halloweentime premiere and distributors, plus a look at the latest poster.

Written and directed by David Boorboor, A PLACE IN HELL was inspired by real-life African-American necrophiliac/murderer Harrison Graham, here reimagined as Harrison Graves, who stalks and slays college filmmakers shooting a movie at a New Jersey haunted attraction. The premiere will take place on Sunday, October 25 as part of the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival, screening at 4 p.m. at the Levitt Theater @UArts (401 S. Broad Street). IndustryWorks Pictures, the company behind AMERICAN MARY, WRECKER and others, is handling worldwide distribution; Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada has it for Canadian home entertainment and digital, and a U.S. release should be firmed up soon, both taking place in early 2016. Stay tuned for further updates, see the trailer below the poster, visit A PLACE IN HELL’s official website and Facebook page and check out the Philadelphia Independent fest on Facebook as well.



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