Friday, April 12, 2019

Murder Become an Addiction in Serial Killer Thriller Made Me Do It

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Made Me Do It is an indie horror film, from director Benjamin Ironside Koppen. This title shows the birth of a serial killer, after being tortured and rejected by those around him. This title stars: Anna B. Shaffer (“Strange Angel”), Kyle Van Vonderern (“Death Lust”), Cortney Palm and Jason Gregory London. Now, distributor Indican Pictures is set to release the film in U.S. markets, on DVD and Digital platforms. This film is also debuting, in theatres, today. A look ahead at the film's launch is hosted here.

From the official synopsis, Thomas (Vonderen) has suffered a lifetime of abuse. Through murder, Thomas finds a way to relieve his suffering. But, his murderous addiction requires more and more bodies. Next, he targets Ali (Shaffer) and her brother. Thomas may have found someone strong enough to fight against him, though.

In Los Angeles, Made Me Do It will have at least seven showings. At the Arena Theatre, filmmakers will be in attendance and the theatrical debut begins today. As well, Indican will drop the film onto Digital platforms and onto DVD this April 23rd. The film's official theatrical trailer is available below, with more release details.















Release Date: April 12th, 2019 (Theatrical) and April 23rd, 2019 (DVD, VOD).

Director: Benjamin Ironside Koppin.

Writers: Benjamin Ironside Koppin, Matthew John Koppin.

Cast: Anna B. Shaffer, Kyle Van Vonderen, Cortney Palm, Jason Gregory London, Liston Spence.

The official trailer for Made Me Do It:




Ticket information at Arena Screen: Made Me Do It Theatrical Details

The official homepage for the film: A Made Me Do It Official Website

Made Me Do It at Indican Pictures: Made Me Do It Release Details at Indican

#1 Serial Killer is another indie, horror release from Indican Pictures:




Follow 28DLA on Twitter: 28DLA on Twitter!

Subscribe to 28 Days Later: An Analysis 28 Days Later Analysis Email Subscription

0 comments: