A sadistic, small-town sheriff and his cronies brutalize a young woman and leave her for dead in the woods. Bitten by a werewolf and bestowed with supernatural abilities, can she retain her humanity as she exacts revenge?
The cast and crew of “Inhumane” have completed the teaser trailer to their revenge/werewolf/horror movie and are now accepting investments and donations to fund the feature-length film.
Investors are being offered an ROI of 25 percent, plus a percentage of all profits.
Furthermore, individuals (or businesses) can make tax-deductible donations through Soul Bloom Productions.
In-kind donations are also acceptable. Things like food and catering, in particular, are especially helpful, say the filmmakers.
Set in a rural Missouri town, “Inhumane” is poised to capitalize on multiple, very welcome trends: the horror genre, and movies led by strong female protagonists.
“Inhumane’s” logline is as follows: A sadistic, small-town sheriff and his cronies brutalize a young woman and leave her for dead in the woods. Bitten by a werewolf and bestowed with supernatural abilities, can she retain her humanity as she exacts revenge?
Eric Winkler, a former award-winning writer for The Kansas City Star (and “Inhumane’s” scribe), says the script was heavily influenced by classic werewolf movies like “The Wolf Man”(1941), “Werewolf of London” (1935), and even “Ginger Snaps” (2000).
“All of these movies, and in fact many werewolf movies, deal with the protagonist’s struggle with the loss of control over themselves,” said Winkler. “We wanted to give our hero, a young woman, in this case, a reason to give in to that loss.”
Other influences include revenge movies such as the original “Robocop” and “Conan,” and by the visceral nature of movies like “You’re Next” and “Green Room.”
Movies led by women, like “Aliens,” the “Dawn of the Dead” remake, and the original “Day of the Dead,” are also listed as inspirations.
“Lisa, the main character, is a powerful woman,” says the actress who will portray her, Lindsay Lillig. “When I read the script, I was hooked from the very first page. I knew I had to be involved with this film!”
A cast and crew of highly-talented, passionate, and distinguished filmmakers have been assembled, and eagerly awaits the start of production.
Winkler concluded “We’re going to make a unique, fantastic movie that will make everyone involved proud. And in doing so, we believe the film will be a great success.”
Those interested in becoming involved with the movie are encouraged to visit the film’s informational website at www.InhumaneFilm.com, and to contact the producers at InhumaneFilm@gmail.com.