Beloved Beast

Beloved Beast

24.99

12 year old Nina loses her parents in a car accident and is forced to live with her unstable Aunt Irma. Except her aunt dabbles with drugs, partying and every other thing an aunt shouldn’t do. When Nina meets a stranger in the woods, instead of running, she brings him home. Not realizing that the man she has brought home is an escaped mental patient with a penchant for murder…

DVD COMING SOON.

sold out
Add To Cart

COMING SOON TO VIDEO ON DEMAND


OFFICIAL TRAILER


TAGLINE:

10 coroners, 2 cops, 1 lovely community.


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 174 minutes
Format: 2:35
Sound: Dolby Str
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Horror
Rating: R



AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

“unique”
The Los Angeles Times

a sick modern day fairy tale (sick in a good way)”
-Search My Trash

“An impressive, often brilliant horror-thriller that's miles above much of what's coming out of the genre these days”
-HK and Cult Film News

“A unique crazy experience chock full of chaos and bloodshed!”
-Horror News

“new horror movie”
-Bad Movie Night

“along the lines of TWIN PEAKS and BLUE VELVET”
-Voices From The Balcony

“an incredibly interesting and delightfully twisted film”
-Sick Flix

“one of my top ten movies of the year“

-Bad Movie Night

"very Tarantino-esque”

-Film Threat

“a twisted masterpiece“

-Fan Fest

“epic horror feature”

-Movies and Mania

“brutally bloody horror film!”

-The Horrorcist

“truly an epic horror film”

-EMM Report

“slasher feature”

-28 Days Later Analysis

“3-hour trip into terror“

-Horror Movies and Stuff

“promises a terrifying time, spent with one of this year’s strangest killers“

-Horror Society

“truly an epic horror film“

-Pop Horror

“promises a terrifying time“

-Broadway World

“epic horror feature“

-Blog Lovin

“one of this year’s strangest killers“

-A Southern Life in Scandalous Times

“epic horror film“

-CineDump

“Chris and Ian from Bad Movie Night discuss the new horror movie”

-Bad Movie Night

“Truly an epic horror film”

-Horror Screams Video Vault

“David Lynch surrealism“

-Los Angeles Times