A new indie horror film is being released with Misty Mundae returning to the low budget indie fare. The film is entitled SCULPTURE and was written and directed by Pete Jacelone (PSYCHO SISTERS). If you head on over to the official website, you can check out dozens of stills. Read on for the synopsis and poster.
SCULPTURE is a psychological horror gore-fest that tells the story of Ashley Steele (Raine Brown), a struggling artist who returns home after the death of her parents (Marv Blauvelt and Susan Adriensen) only to find her possessive rich older brother, Adam (Dustin Kerns), and the haunting memories of her repressed past await her. Her childhood friend, Emily (Misty Mundae) tries to free her from the grasp of her egotistical brother. Meanwhile she is commissioned by a well known art dealer (Alan Rowe Kelly) to create a life-size sculpture of the perfect man, and uses body builders from her brother’s gym as models. Before long she finds herself spiraling down a path of unspeakable psychopathic terror and murder as she frantically tries to complete her masterpiece.