Thanamorphose

FRIDAY OCT. 18TH 10pm
THE SCREENING ROOM 127 E. CONGRESS

ARIZONA PREMIERE

Director: Éric Falardeau
CAST: Émile Beaudry, Eryka Cantieri, Roch-Denis Gagnon
100 MINUTES
CANADA 2012
HORROR/ SHOCKING/ ROTTING DEATH

Thanatomorphose is a french word meaning the visible signs of an organism’s decomposition caused by death. One day, a young and beautiful girl a wakes up and finds her flesh rotting. Note: This film is not for the faint of heart… you have been warned!

“There’s something dark and smart and heartfelt going on below the surface of this truly strange horror film.” – FearNet

“With nerve fraying practical effects, an eerily haunting score, and a palpable menace throughout, Thanatomorphose flaunts its brutality without once pausing to pull back or apologize for itself.” – The Conduit Speaks

“Even if you can’t pronounce its title, you’ll want to see Éric Falardeau’s debut feature” – Fangoria

Official Selection Fantasia Film Festival
Official Selection of A Night of Horror Film Festival
Official Selection of Sitges International Film Festival