Directed by Travis Betz (Joshua), one man’s love is put to the ultimate test in Lo, raising hell on DVD February 9 from SKD USA (Distributed by Entertainment One). Starring Jeremiah Birkett, Sarah Lassez, Ward Roberts, Devin Barry, Aaron Gaffey, Travis Betz, Liz Loza and Larissa Deckert, beyond the break you ca read all about this micro-budget indie venture that’s sure to impress the lot of you.
“Love is a tricky little devil, one with the power to command great sacrifice from those it touches. Enter Justin (Ward Roberts, My Big Fat Independent Movie, Dreamland, Doomed), a loser whose most exciting moment in any given day is the house salad/no dressing he orders on his lunch break from corporate HateMyJob.
But when a bizarre and curiously naïve woman named April (Sarah Lassez, The Brothel, Nowhere, In Pursuit, Mad Cowgirl) enters his life, he is forever changed. Suddenly the world is bright and full of hope and nothing could ever change … until April is mysteriously kidnapped by demons.
Finding an ancient spell book among April’s things, Justin summons the demon Lo (Jeremiah Birkett, Evan Almighty, L.A. Confidential) to try and get her back. While Justin tries to keep control of the demon, Lo has other plans for the tasty human who sits mere inches away. From singing demons to talking hands, dancing bartenders and human-sized rats, Justin’s love is put to the ultimate test–not to mention Lo’s ego.”
Co-stars Devin Barry (Adam and Eve, the upcoming National Lampoon’s The Legend of Awesomest Maximus).
Directed by Travis Betz, Lo was a winner at the 2009 Las Vegas International Film Festival, 2009 Honolulu International Film Festival and 2009 Shriekfest Film Festival and was an official selection at the 2009 Austin Film Festival, 2009 Boston Underground Film Festival, 2009 Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival and 2009 Indianapolis International Film Festival.
Lo is presented in widescreen with an aspect ratio of 16 x 9 and 5.1 Surround Sound or 2.0 Dolby Digital.
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