December 2, 2010
It's been far too long since the last Dante Tomaselli film. Now, the New York-based filmmaker is putting the finishing touches on “Torture Chamber” -- basically mixing the sound -- so it shouldn’t be long before we get a gander at his latest vision.
As Tomaselli describes the film, in a recent edition of The Examiner:
"Torture Chamber" is about a demonically possessed 13-year-old boy who escapes from an asylum and discovers an old abandoned castle with a secret passageway to a cobwebbed torture chamber. It's really about peeling back layers of pain and guilt buried deep in the unconscious. This is a fright film centering on a religious Catholic family in deep psychic pain. You never know what's coming next. There are trap doors that lead to the dungeon.
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