After years on the shelf, J.T. Petty’s (The Burrowers) awesome S&Man (Sandman) is FINALLY arriving on DVD and Blu-ray October 12 from Magnolia Home Entertainment. To celebrate, the film will be playing at the reRun Theater (147 Front Street, Mezzanine, Rear, Brooklyn, NY 11201) THIS coming weekend for a week-long engagement (October 1 – 7). Director JT Petty and subject Erik Rost will be at all screenings on Friday, October 1! The best part? Bloody Disgusting has (3) PAIRS of tickets for some lucky readers to win. DO NOT MISS THIS! Details inside, get tickets here.
“When cult horror favorite filmmaker (JT Petty), ventures into the dark world of underground horror fetish film industry things don’t exactly go as planned. As he begins to examine the classic comparison between filmmaking and voyeurism within the horror genre, he is introduced to a collective of what he believes to be either creative filmmakers just meeting the demand of their disturbed audiences or actual deviants and possibly murderers themselves. One of the most notorious of these film series that he comes across is called “S&MAN,” produced by a rather unassuming man named Eric. Petty digs into his subject Eric, trying to get him to reveal the names of some of the actors in his films who play the “victims,” the deeper Petty prods the more Eric begins to shut off. Eric passes off his lack of participation to not wanting to give away the illusion of his films by allowing access to those actors. Realizing that the real reason might be that these victims are not in fact actors, Petty finds himself in dangerous territory, making S&MAN the most unsettling horror film experience in years.”
HOW TO ENTER: We have (3) pairs of tickets available for this Friday’s 7:30PM premiere at the reRun Theater (147 Front Street, Mezzanine, Rear, Brooklyn, NY 11201). All you have to do is put S&MAN PREMIERE in the subject line and then send YOUR NAME and YOUR GUESTS NAME (if available) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll try and contact winners either late tonight or early AM tomorrow.
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