Deadly Revisions Sets Sights on Early 2015 Release

Deadly-Revisions-Movie-Poster-Gregory-BlairGregory Blair’s psychological horror feature Deadly Revisions continues to pick up awards. Blair has already won the “Best Director of an Indie Horror Film” at the Entrepreneurs on the Movie Awards (2013). In 2014, the film has won many more, including The Los Angeles Movie Award for “Best Narrative Feature” and “Best Actor” as well as “Best Actress” for Bill Oberst Jr. and Cindy Merrill, respectively (FHFF). Most recently, the film has won “Best Feature Film Screenplay” at the Terror Film Festival. Now, the film is set for a wide release across multiple platforms.

In the film, actor Bill Oberst Jr. plays Grafton Torn. Torn has recently suffered a head injury, after a fall, in his own home. He experiences amnesia and a good friend offers him refuge in an old cabin. Here, Torn returns to his horror writing, with help from a hypnotist (Cindy Merrill). But his imagination manifests more and more horrifying images. What is real, in this tale of true terror?

Deadly Revisions continues to play before horror audiences. This title will have an appearance at the Twisted Tails Film Festival in Dallas, Texas. This showing will take place Dec. 6th. Then, this appearance will be followed-up by a release on home entertainment platforms (DVD, Blu-ray) and through Video-on-demand (iTunesAmazon PrimeGoogle Play). Horror fans will have many opportunities to see this quality film for themselves, this year and into 2015.

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Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of Horror-Fix.com, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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