Monday, June 14, 2010

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Retold in The Prometheus Project at the OHFF

The Prometheus Project will show at the Oklahoma Horror Film Festival this year beginning September 3rd. This very horrifying feature re-envisions Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" for a modern day audience (OHFF). In the film stem cell research leads to an uncontrollable monster who turns against his masters. The film festival has also announced the attachment of Alex Lugones' The Devil's Toy, Gregg Holtgrewe's Dawning, with an early, unannounced word that Marion Kerr's Golden Earrings might also be in attendance. Have a look at what this specialized film festival has to offer horror fans in a clip for The Prometheus Project below.

The synopsis for The Prometheus Project here:

"Tretta tells the chilling story of a group of researchers conducting underground stem cell research that discover a cell anomaly that has the potential to regenerate dead tissue. Believing they have created a 'universal healing serum' (Prometheus) the researchers apply the serum to corpses with unfavorable results" (Oklahoma).

Release Date: September 3rd (Limited Showing).

Director: Sean Tretta.

Writers: Mary Shelley, and Sean Tretta.

Cast: Tiffany Shepis, Louis Mandylor, Ed Lauter, Kristina Wayborn, David C. Hayes, Noah Todd, Scott Anthony Leet, Patti Tindall, and Maya Stojan.

The trailer for film here:

The Prometheus Project
at the OHFF:

The Prometheus Project at the OHFF

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