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THE NEW HANDS, a new horror film, will have its global debut at the Silicon Beach Film Festival on October 1st at Hollywood’s historic Chinese Theater!
The makers of the forthcoming horror comedy feature film THE NEW HANDS are thrilled to announce that the film will have its world premiere as part of the Silicon Beach Film Festival on Friday, October 1st at 5:00 p.m. at the historic Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA.
Brandon Scullion (based on his short film The New Hands) wrote and directed the picture, which is produced by Scullion, Pat Kusnadi, and John R. Blythe and stars Sally Kirkland (“Best of the Best”), Stephen Wu, Lexi Graboski, and horror legend Felissa Rose (“Sleepaway Camp”).
THE NEW HANDS tells the tale of a guy who thinks that chopping off his freshly damaged hands and replacing them with a new pair made from the parts of his victims would reunite him with his ex-girlfriend.
Statement of the Director:
I can’t believe we’ve made it this far. THE NEW HANDS is finished and available for viewing. I’m overjoyed to have arrived to this moment, which I never imagined would arrive, yet here we are, standing on the precipice, gazing over. This film is the culmination of a lifetime of cinematic adoration. Of falling in love with the light that shines through the gloom. Of being in the dark. Thank you to everyone who contributed to making our dream a reality.
I’m very pleased of everyone’s contributions to this odd little image, and I can’t wait for the rest of the world to see THE NEW HANDS!
Brandon Scullion (@brandonscullion)
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