Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Its Minutes to Midnight and Time for Bloodshed with this Official Artwork

DeInstitutionalized LLC has completed a second horror production titled Minutes to Midnight. A co-production between DeInstitutionalized and ForeverMaur Films and Possum On The Half Shell, LLc., Minutes to Midnight takes place on New Year's Eve. Here, a group of masked men terrorize party guests; buy what is their motivation? The film stars William Baldwin, in his first horror film. Bill Moseley, Dominique Swain, Mercy Malick and Richard Grieco also star in this tale of terror. Shot by Christopher Ray and developed by producer Gerald Webb, Minutes to Midnight has a new movie poster and shadowy still, hosted here.

From the synopsis, seven friends are partying late into the night. Just before the ball drops on New Year's Eve, several murderers infiltrate their get-together. Now, the party has turned into an orgy of blood. Will anyone get to raise their champagne glass, or will everyone fall to violence?

The film's first official poster shows the cast and the villains. Two masked malefactors look ready for brutality. Others look unaware of what is in store for them. In dower greenish hue, this first graphic shows actors William Baldwin and Richard Grieco forefront. More is sure to come from Minutes to Midnight and horror production DeInstitutionalized LLC.

Release Date: TBA.

Director: Christopher Ray.

Writers: Christopher M. Don and Victoria Dadi.

Producers: Gerald Webb, Christopher Ray, Paul Sinor, Colleen Sinor, Gene and Maureen Valentino and Richard Grieco.

Cast: William Baldwin, Bill Moseley, Viva Bianca, Dominique Swain, John Hennigan, Christopher Judge, Bryce Draper, Aaron Aguilera, Mercy Malick, Jena Sims, Sara Fletcher, Phillip Andre Botello, Heather Paige Cohn and Richard Grieco.

*a trailer is coming soon.

More on the film can be found at the DeInstitutionalized website, found here:

Minutes to Midnight at DeInstitutionalized

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