Comic book writers turned filmmakers, Tony Trov & Johnny Zito, announce the world wide release of American Exorcist; a Christmas Eve horror movie inspired by psychedelic Italian films of the 70’s.
In the film, a paranormal investigator is trapped in a haunted skyscraper on Christmas Eve. The skeptical young woman, Georgette Dubois, is horrified once confronted with the supernatural. She risks life and limb to escape her ghoulish prison, stranded on the top floor.
Starring Bill Moseley (House of 1000 Corpses, Repo! The Genetic Opera, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) and Falon Joslyn (Alpha Girls: A Satanic Sorority Slasher), American Exorcist was shot on location in Philadelphia at the historic Inquirer Headquarters. The now abandoned high rise doubles as the equally old and decrepit American Building; a haunted office complex burdened by 100 years of bad luck and mysterious deaths.
Co-Directors Tony Trov and Johnny Zito are life long friends who began their careers writing horror books for DC Entertainment (La Morte Sisters) and Image Comics. (D.O.G.S. of Mars)
“We’re very excited about our second feature. This is a love letter to Dario Argento and Lucio Fulci,” explains Tony Trov.
“Thanks to Bill Moseley’s commitment as a producer, we were able to accomplish so much more than we ever hoped,” continues Johnny Zito.
American Exorcist is to be released world wide October 26th on Amazon, iTunes, DVD and Blu-ray through Gravitas Ventures.