Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with Indiana experimental blackened noise/horror electronics artist Demonologists to bring you the exclusive music video premiere for “Graveyard Ejaculations”. Directed by Mitch Massie (Cattle Decapitation, Murder Construct) the video is nothing short of a nightmare, a phantasmagoric sequence of horrific, erotic, surreal images punctured by a cacophony of demonic howls and piercing shrieks. Using vast amounts of practical effects, the video is highly NSFW due to nudity and gore.
The track “Graveyard Ejaculations” is set to be featured on an upcoming split 12″ with Dargar (featuring members of Harassor), on Whispering Eye Recordings, featuring artwork by John Paul Whetzel and Darea Plantin of Deathstench.
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Universal Pictures and ImageMovers are moving forward with their psychological thriller Demonologists and have tapped Jonathan Herman to pen the latest draft, THR learned.
“The story centers on a professor and scholar of Paradise Lost who accepts a free trip to Italy, where a demonic spirit appears to kill his daughter, and he must go on a dark journey of discovery in hopes of getting her back.”
Herman wrote a draft of a remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds that Platinum Dunes is producing with Mandalay.
Universal acquired Andrew Pyper’s novel in manuscript form last year and set Robert Schenkkan to adapt.
ImageMovers’ Robert Zemeckis, Jack Rapke and Jackie Levine are producing.
Maradith Frenkel and Chloe Yellin are overseeing the project for the studio. READ MORE
Dennis Iliadis, who remade Craven’s seminal 1972 film, The Last House on the Left, last year, is negotiating to direct a new film called The Demonologists, reports the LA Times. The film is written by Teddy Tenenbaum, a screenwriter who also has numerous credits on the Jennifer Love Hewitt series “Ghost Whisperer.” Joining the likes of other exorcism movies like The Rite and The Last Exorcism, Demonologists, from the legendary Silver Pictures, concerns a family of veteran ghost hunters who get more than they bargained for when they are called in to face what they soon realize is not a routine ghost job but a demon infestation. The film shares some thematic similarities with House, which looked at what happens when a decent family is driven to violent acts.