Update: The film wil be available this summer.
Raise your hand if you’re a fan of Fist of the North Star?
Blasting its way out of left field is Emanuele De Santi’s Adam Chaplin, an indie genre film that mixes the extreme action of the anime cartoons, with the realism of a horror movie. Set to screen at the 2011 Bram Stoker Film Fest, this outrageously gory revenge flick is already available on DVD at the film’s official website.
Why would you buy it you ask? Why don’t you save the questions until after you’ve watched the below montage of footage and gruesome first clip. There’s blood – lots of it. There’s violence – lot’s of it. There’s pretty much nothing but pure awesome that’s going to shatter your brain. While I write this story, I keep thinking to myself: “I wish I’d just shut up and hit “submit” so I can go forth and order said DVD.” And that I shall do.
“The film, set in an unreal country called Heaven Valley, tells the story of a man, Adam, whom after the death of his wife – occurred in suspicious circumstances- begins to investigate on her murder, discovering the involvement of the local mafia boss: Denny Richards Unable to trust the police, clearly corrupted and controlled by Danny, Adam destroyed by his anger, summons a demon who will give him a superhuman strength and dark powers. The demon will follow him during his trip, promising to lead Adam to the murderer if he does everything he asks.This unleash a bloody war that will bring Adam, deployed with the demon on his side; and the police corp with all its dark allies, on the other. Denny infact, supported by his two sadistic sons Ben and Derek, will also enrol an hired killer. The fight can start… and it will be extreme!”
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