[Trailer] 'Skull: The Mask' Brings Loads of Gory Mayhem to the Chattanooga Film Festival this Weekend
Slasher fans, weep your bloody hearts out...
...KHC has received the trailer for director Armando Fonseca and Kapel Furman's Skull: The Mask coming to Chattanooga Film Fest this weekend, and it is loaded with gory mayhem that should leave any gore fan satisfied.
In Skull: The Mask:
"In the year 1944, the military attempts to use The Mask of Anhangá, the executioner of Tahawantinsupay, a Pre-Columbian God. The experiment fails. In the present day, the Mask arrives in Sao Paulo, possesses a human body, and begins to commit insanely violent sacrifices in the name of its God, initiating a city-wide bloodbath. Policewoman Beatriz Obdias is in charge of the crimes, and is forced to challenge her beliefs as she hunts down this supernatural killer who is painting every corner of the city red."
The film stars Natallia Rodrigues, Wilton Andrade and Rurik Jr.
The festival is open to United States residents only, so if you'd like to see Skull: The Mask this weekend and live in the U.S., fest badges can be purchased at www.chattfilmfest.org/badges.
By Matt Konopka