Did you guys have a chance to check out Ghost House Underground’s The Last House in the Woods? While it’s not the bets movie, it does feature its fair share of blood and guts. We just caught wind of Gabriele Albanesi’s follow-up entitled In the Mouth of Ubaldo Terzani, and got our hands a look at some brutal stills that are definitely NOT WORK SAFE. Dig on ’em below the break.
Minerva Pictures Group is proud to announce the end of shooting for In the Mouth of Ubaldo Terzani, the new feature film from Italian director Gabriele Albanesi (The Last House in the Woods, part of Ghost House Underground Eight Box Set) now in post-production.
“Alessio Rinaldi, a 25 years old director, get the charge from a producer to write the script of his first movie with Ubaldo Terzani, a well known writer of horror novels.
Alessio moves then in Terzani’s house to start this collaboration and suddenly grows between them a strange relationship of psychological dependence: Ubaldo Terzani unveils his dark side and Alessio fall in a desperate depth of craziness and nightmares. There is a reason why Terzani’s bestsellers are so frightening…Alessio will discover that reality can be unexpectedly more terrifying than every brainchild and he will have to fight hard to get rid of Ubaldo Terzani’s jaws.”
IN THE MOUTH OF UBALDO TERZANI was written by Gabriele Albanesi and stars Giuseppe Soleri as Alessio, Paolo Sassanelli as Ubaldo Terzani and Laura Gigante as Sara, Alessio’s girlfriend. The special effects were made by Italian Wizard of Gore Sergio Stivaletti, here at his second collaboration with Albanesi after “The Last House in the Woods”.
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