A rookie cop’s world is turned upside down when she comes face to face with Paymon, “The King of Hell.”
We recently announced that Dread and Cassadaga‘s Anthony DiBlasi is already back behind the camera working on his next feature, Paymon, which was co-written with Scott Poiley for Skyra Entertainment. We now have a brand spanking new character poster.
ABout the poster, it features John Michael Paymon, arrested for 1st degree murder. Paymon shot, stabbed, and killed two police officers and six women at a vacant estate deep in the heart of Sanford. Paymon is an avid artist and has a master’s degree in criminology. Paymon enjoys being the center of attention and has been known to frequent college campuses where he enjoys showing off his art and sharing his propaganda. Paymon has alleged ties to several unsolved murders all over the continental US. He has many followers, all considered extremely dangerous.
In the film, “Officer Jessica Loren has the last shift at a transitioning police station, assigned to wait for a hazmat crew who’s coming to pick up bio-hazard waste from the armory. But unbeknownst to Jessica, it’s more than just an old station. Cult leader John Michael Paymon has haunted the department ever since he and two of his followers committed suicide on the night they were captured. And now Jessica is about to find out how dangerous they can really be when she’s left all alone on this grave-yard shift.”
Get more at the film’s Facebook page.
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