CHASTITY BITES, releases today!
Weirdsmobile Productions wants you to fasten your chastity belts and say your prayers… The official one sheet for its new horror-comedy, CHASTITY BITES, releases today! The movie is set to makes its World Premiere on June 1, 2013 at the Dances With Films film festival in Hollywood, CA.
The poster is designed by illustrator, writer, and filmmaker Nathan Thomas Milliner, owner of Rebel Rouser Art and whose recent work includes Scream Factory!’s DVD/Blu-ray special edition releases of “Halloween II,” “Halloween III: Season of the Witch,” “The Funhouse,” “Terror Train,” “Deadly Blessing,” “The Burning” and “The Howling.” He has just completed his first directorial effort with “A Wish for the Dead.”
Says producer and screenwriter Lotti Pharriss Knowles, “We are huge fans of classic horror, and we love Nathan’s take on some of those classics for Scream Factory! We were so excited to get to work with him, because we really wanted the CHASTITY BITES poster to have that throwback feel to horror posters from the 70s and 80s.”
Check out the teaser trailer here: http://youtu.be/wwoE2howJPk
Grab tickets to the Hollywood premiere at: http://www.danceswithfilms.com/slt_chastity_bites.html
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Official website: http://www.ChastityBites.com
Notorious serial killer Elizabeth Bathory believed that bathing in virgin blood would keep her young and beautiful forever. Still alive today she’s found a perfect hunting ground for her “botox” as an abstinence educator in conservative America…but will a brave young blogger and reporter for the high school paper finally put an end to the “Blood Countess’s” reign of terror, and save her best friend from becoming the next victim? The film, written and produced by Lotti Pharriss Knowles (producer on HBO Documentary Films’ “Vito” and “I Am Divine”), marks the feature film directorial debut of John V. Knowles (short film “SHADOW.NET”).
The film stars Allison Scagliotti (SyFy’s “Warehouse 13”), Francia Raisa (ABC Family’s “Secret Life of the American Teenager”), Louise Griffiths (“The Revenant”), Eddy Rioseco (ABC’s “Parenthood”), Amy Okuda (“The Guild”), Sarah Stouffer (“Bloomington”), Lindsey Morgan (ABC’s “General Hospital”), Laura Niemi (upcoming “Jobs”), Jennifer Gimenez (Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”), Greer Grammer (MTV’s “Awkward.”) and Stuart Gordon (“Re-Animator”).
ABOUT NATHAN THOMAS MILLINER
Nathan Thomas Milliner was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. After seeing the 1989 film “Batman”, Nate decided he wanted to make comic books and after 14 years of studying the medium he finally made his dream come true when his crime saga “The Malevolent” made it’s debut in the pages of “Feral Comix Presents #1” in 2003. In 2006, Nate began publishing his own set of graphic novels for “The Malevolent” series to rave reviews. In 2007, Nate published his first horror comic, “Girl Number Three” which was soon being adapted to film by a local filmmaker, Herschel Zahnd III, who believed it to be “one of the best horror stories I’ve ever read.” The film was released in 2009. During all of this, Nate was also able to fulfill yet another lifelong dream of working in the horror genre when he became a staff artist and writer for Horrorhound Magazine, producing two covers for the publication in 2009, one of which earned him a Rondo Award nomination in which he took second runner up honors.
In 2012 Nathan was tapped by Shout! Factory to be the premiere artist on their new sister label “SCREAM! FACTORY” and commissioned him to provide original artwork for the DVD/Blu-ray special editions of “Halloween II,” “Halloween III: Season of the Witch,” “The Funhouse,” “Terror Train,” “Deadly Blessing,” “The Burning” and “The Howling.”
Nathan has recently published Volume One of his Monsters and Madmen artbook series–his first artbook. And he has just finished writing and directing his first directorial effort with the film “A Wish for the Dead” set for release in Summer 2013. Visit his official website at: http://www.rebelrouserart.com/