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We reported on this flick back in October when all we knew was that it was a short film, but director Teo (The Gene Generation) let us know he'd received funding to turn it into a full length feature. Well he's finished shooting and he's a few days into digitizing the footage, and pulled a few stills for us to share with our readers, and if I must say, they look excellent.

Necromentia tells the stories of 3 men whose lives have been turned over by the existence of a tattooed Ouija Board and the gateways they open with it. Hagen is a strange character who keeps the corpse of his lover in his house, believing that one day she will come back from the dead. But when he meets a mysterious man named Travis, he soon learns that maybe he could be the one who goes into hell and bring her back from the dead. Once Travis carves the Ouija Board from his back, there is no going back as Hagen comes face to face with the monstrosities of the creatures within hell. But does Travis really want to help Hagen, or does he have other plans?

Check em after the break!





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Hot Fuzz (5 years ago) Reply

Those are ALL amazingly stylish. Number 7 is my favorite tho. Awesome macabre creature design.

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Pat (5 years ago) Reply

more than awesome. this could be great. i smell a major "saw" influence in a lot of the set design, cinematography and lighting/editing, but in a good way.
pic 7 looksbadass.

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Anonymous (5 years ago) Reply

what brilliant photo's.....the movie must be awesome!!!!

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les (5 years ago) Reply

this is going to be a cult classic

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mercier (5 years ago) Reply

awesome work my man great job on it all!!!

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Anonymous (5 years ago) Reply

Can't wait to see Layton Matthew's work in this film. He should have been cast in Gene Generation.

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Spike (5 years ago) Reply

Those grabs look bad ass. I love the color grading on them. Good luck with the film.


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