‘SINPHONY’ – Brutal Clip from Anthology Leaves a Child Motherless [Exclusive]


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On October 21st, Dark Sky Films will bring the highly anticipated release of SINPHONY: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology to theaters and digital/VOD platforms.

What makes this particular anthology unique? These nine visions of horror were conceived of and curated entirely on Clubhousethe audio-based social media platform for casual, drop-in audio chats with friends and new people around the world to tell stories, ask questions, debate, learn, and have impromptu conversations on thousands of different topics.

SINPHONY: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology features a group of international filmmakers each exploring a character dealing with tragedy caused by a supernatural entity. 

The directors contributing segments to the film include a new who’s who of horror: Haley Bishop, Jason Ragosta, Sebastien Bazile & Michael Galvan, Mark Pritchard, Kimberley Elizabeth, Jason Wilkinson, Nichole Carlson, Steven Keller and Wes Driver.

SINPHONY’s shocking stories include: an innkeeper’s growing concern about his secretive new guests; a contractor who inhales mold spores that lead to murder; a couple confronting the fact that one of them is a ghost; a witch protecting her child from a killer; a dance craze that has dire consequences, and much more.

Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive look at Jason Ragosta’s segment, Mother Love, in which a witch must summon the power of her coven to defend her child from a crazed killer. In the footage, the mother has her throat slit right in front of her child. It’s brutal.

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