Image Entertainment has acquired rights to John Michael Elfers' feature debut, Finale, which is being described as an homage to Dario Argento's Suspiria. Skeptical anyone?

In Finale, a family struggles to come to grips with the bizarre circumstances surrounding the death of their oldest son. Black paint was found covering every mirror in the house, a trap was set in his bedroom and a strange woman from his past haunts the cemetery where he is buried. The boy's mother, Helen, starts to investigate into his past, but her quest for information threatens to ruin the life of her daughter and her own sanity.

Image is planning a May release for Finale, which was sold by former distributor, Jinga, who have just added the Italian horror film, Shadow, to their slate. The film stars Jake Muxworthy, Karina Testa, Chris Coppola and Nuot Arquint. Federico Zampaglione directs the story about an American Iraq War vet who escapes his battle weary past in the Alps. After learning about the myth surrounding a Nazi experiment camp from a mysterious woman, he is no sooner trapped by hunters who plunge the former soldier into a living nightmare.

Lots of surreal nightmare worlds and intrigue. You game?
categories Movies, Horror