Anyone in or around the LA area can check out The New Hands, a horror comedy from Brandon Scullion, when it premieres at Hollywood’s Chinese Theater this October.
This Frankenstein-like tale involves a serial killer whose goal is to assemble a new set of hands from the pieces of his victims, then chop his own hands off and replace them with his custom model. Why would he do this? Because he believes it will bring his ex-girlfriend back to him. Look, there’s no point in arguing with a man this crazy, okay?
The New Hands stars Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Sally Kirkland (“Best of the Best”), Stephen Wu, Lexi Graboski and horror icon Felissa Rose (“Sleepaway Camp”). It was written and Directed by Brandon Scullion, based on his short film of the same name, and produced by Scullion, Pat Kusnadi and John R. Blythe.
“I honestly can’t believe we’re here,” says Scullion. “THE NEW HANDS is done and ready to be seen. I’m beyond grateful to be at this point, which, for a while, I never thought would come, but here we are, standing right on the edge looking over. This film is the culmination of a lifetime of worshiping cinema. Of being in love with the light projected in the darkness. Of being the darkness. Thank you so much to everyone who helped turn this dream into reality. I’m so proud of the work everyone has done on this quirky little picture and I can’t wait for the world to join in on the weird happenings of THE NEW HANDS!”
There is no word yet on a distribution deal for the movie. The New Hands opens in Hollywood October 1.
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