|release date||August 23 2005|
|studio||Ventura Distribution/Unearthed Films|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisIn the short film Aftermath, have you ever wondered what goes on in a morgue after hours? In the short Genesis, a sculptor is traumatized by the death of his wife in a car accident. He builds a sculpture in her memory. As the lifelike sculpture begins to bleed through the cracks of clay, the sculptor's flesh mutates and crumbles away.
Nacho Cerda’s short film, Aftermath, is definitely one of the most controversial films of the last couple of decades. Its ruthless and realistic depiction of grisly autopsies and a sinister surgeon with an inclination towards violent necrophilia has some of the hardest scenes to stomach in any horror movie, period. Unearthed Films has recently released this underground classic with its two siblings, The Awakening – a black and white student film from Cerda’s days at USC, and Genesis – the third installment which rounds out the director’s self-proclaimed trilogy of death. …Read More