The dark, indie thriller Made Me Do It is the latest title to be released by U.S. based distributor Indican Pictures. A psychological look at the creation of a serial killer, Made Me Do It takes a first-hand look at a troubled slasher villain.
"After a lifetime of abuse and rejection Thomas Berkson has found unconditional love – through murder. He has become a serial killer following the voices in his head. Poor college student Ali Hooper, her little brother and ex-boyfriend find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time. In this throwback to the classic 80’s slasher films comes this harrowing journey for survival against an unstoppable force of nature."
Shot with almost complete practical effects, Made Me Do It is a film from director Benjamin Ironside Koppin. The film stars Anna B. Shaffer (“Strange Angel”), Kyle Van Vonderern (“Death Lust”), Cortney Palm and Jason Gregory London. A preview of the film’s upcoming theatrical and home entertainment launch is available now.
Made Me Do It opened theatrically this week in Los Angeles. This release will be followed by another one on DVD and Digital platforms. In LA, this title will have at least seven showings at the Arena Theater; filmmakers will be in attendance. On April 23rd, Indican will make this terrifying title available across the United States on home entertainment platforms. Horror fans will not want to miss this disturbing look at the creation of a killer this month!
For more on the seven day theatrical launch visit the Arena website. Watch the film's trailer below.