Producer Nicholas Papazoglou of Invasive Image Productions has sent us a first look at their first feature, Sheep Skin.
Invasive Image is a small independent production company based out of Connecticut that focusses primarily on horror movies. They recently just wrapped production on Sheep Skin, which is currently in post-production.
“Sheep Skin is a gritty, realistic take on the werewolf sub-genre. The film centers around a group of friends in a punk rock band that kidnap a business man because they believe he is responsible for their friend’s death. However, the group has convinced themselves that the man is more than just responsible for the demise of their friend, but that he is actually a werewolf hiding in plain sight. The group brings the man to a nearby warehouse where they intend to prove that he is in fact a werewolf and take it upon themselves to try and stop him.”
Sheep Skin is the debut feature film from short film director Kurtis M. Spieler. It is based on Spieler’s short film of the same name, which played at several horror film festivals including the New York City Horror Film Festival and the Eerie Horror Film Festival. Sheep Skin features a cast of newcomers and boast gritty photography from cinematographer Adrian Correia (Dead Souls, Remains, Junction).