One of my favorite independent films from the past few years in Michael S. Ojeda‘s Crow-esque Avenged, which featured stunning camerawork, cinematography, and excellent choreography.
Ojeda’s next is The Russian Bride, about a Russian woman (Oksana Orlan) who travels to America with her daughter (Kristina Pimenova) to marry a reclusive billionaire (Corbin Bernsen), who turns out to be a madman and sends their lives spiraling into a living hell.
The film described as a mix between The Shining and Misery stars Corbin Bernsen (“Psycho”, The Dentist), Oksana Orlan, and Kristina Pimenova.
Filmed in Michigan, here are some new images and sales art to go with the previously released trailer.
“Beautiful Nina (Oskana Orlan) lives a dreary existence in Russia. Wanting to create a better life for herself and her beloved daughter, Dasha (Kristina Pimenova), Nina accepts a marriage proposal from a reclusive billionaire Karl (Corbin Bernsen) whom she met online. Dasha and Nina pack up the little belongings they have and set off for America. Nina and Dasha soon find themselves living in an opulent, secluded estate, with the servants and riches at their fingertips. But shortly after Nina’s wedding to Karl, things begin to change, and a dark undercurrent begins to surface. Nefarious plans come to light, as a terrible storm starts to erupt, the bride and her daughter find themselves fighting for survival.”
The honeymoon is over…