“A Place In Hell” Finds Its Premiere!

This Halloween is bringing us an incredible amount of new indie horror films premiering. David Boorboor‘s A Place In Hell joins that list with it’s premiere on the weekend prior to Halloween on Sunday, October 25 during the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival, screening at 4 p.m. at the Levitt Theater (401 S. Broad Street). This intriguing tale is based on a real life Philadelphia murderer and necrophiliac, Harrison Graham – To Learn More Please Visit HERE (trust us this story does not disappoint) The story for the film is as follows: Set on a Halloween fright farm in the New Jersey countryside, this psychological thriller follows Nicole Hart and a group of film students as they shoot a Horror movie for their final grade. Meanwhile, Detective John McInnis struggles to find redemption while consumed by his 5 year obsession to catch a notorious serial killer. When a winter storm blankets the countryside, and the killer seeks refuge, the students quickly realize they are not alone. While facing his inner demons, McInnis could be their only hope. More exciting news Cufflink Productions and their featue A Place In Hell. They have also received world wide distribution. The same company behind the release of female centric slasherAmerican Mary, Industry Works Pictures, is bringing A Place In Hell to horror lovers across the world. For Canadian release, Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada, has jumped on. News on the specific dates will be released soon but they are expecting an early 2016 release. A Place In Hell stars Lewis Smith (Django Unchained)  as Detective John McInnis, Atif Lanier (Cymbeline) as the murderous Harrison pictured above, and Brian Anthony Wilson (Limitless) as Detective Chris Wilson among many...

A Serial Killer Is Stalking His Next Victims In ‘A Place In Hell’

‘A Place In Hell’, based on a true serial-killer case, will premier just in time for Halloween. David Boorboor both wrote and directed this slasher, which was inspired serial-killer Harrison Graham, who’s name has been changed to Harrison Graves in the film. Graves is stalking a group of  film students shooting a movie in an abandoned New Jersey haunted attraction. Lewis Smith, Noree Victoria, Brian Anthony Wilson, Tammy Jean, Krystal Tini, Tony Devon, Michael Voight, G. Paul Salvetti, Krista Robelle, Christopher Mann, and Caroline Elizabeth star in this indie film. ‘A Place in Hell’ will premier on Sunday, October 25 at the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival. IndustryWorks Pictures, the same company that handled the distribution for ‘American Mary’, will be handling  the distribution for ‘A Place in Hell’. We can expect the DVD release in early 2016....

Indie slasher “A PLACE IN HELL” finds a place to premiere, distribution, new poster

We first told you here about CuffLink Productions’ A PLACE IN HELL, a new feature based on a true serial-killer case, and now we’ve got word on its Halloweentime premiere and distributors, plus a look at the latest poster. Written and directed by David Boorboor, A PLACE IN HELL was inspired by real-life African-American necrophiliac/murderer Harrison Graham, here reimagined as Harrison Graves, who stalks and slays college filmmakers shooting a movie at a New Jersey haunted attraction. The premiere will take place on Sunday, October 25 as part of the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival, screening at 4 p.m. at the Levitt Theater @UArts (401 S. Broad Street). IndustryWorks Pictures, the company behind AMERICAN MARY, WRECKER and others, is handling worldwide distribution; Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada has it for Canadian home entertainment and digital, and a U.S. release should be firmed up soon, both taking place in early 2016. Stay tuned for further updates, see the trailer below the poster, visit A PLACE IN HELL’s official website and Facebook page and check out the Philadelphia Independent fest on Facebook as well....

Interview: David Boorboor (A Place In Hell)

Tell us a little bit about “A Place In Hell”?“ A Place in Hell” is a new horror thriller that was inspired by a real serial killer who existed during the 1980’s in Philadelphia. The film is a very suspenseful comedic story with multiple story threads. Nicole Hart, played by Noree Victoria (Quarantine 2: Terminal) plays a post grad student who befriends her college roommate who is part of a group of film students who decide to venture out to a fright farm to complete their senior thesis project. The additional story thread is the character of Detective James MicInis played by Lewis Smith (The Heavenly Kid, Wyatt Earp). MicInis is a grungy and emotional detective who has been searching for the serial killer for the past five years at great personal sacrifice. The weaving of these story threads is what makes the film special because it’s part crime drama, part horror thriller and even has a touch of comedy to it. I feel audiences will find this movie exciting because it blends genres in a way that few other films do while maintaining true to its horror film fan base. Where was the concept for this movie born? I drew from years of fascination of serial killers. Guys like Ted Bundy, The Green River Killer and others have always struck a curiosity in me because they are just so bizarre. In addition, I have always been such a fan of films like Silence of the Lambs which blew me away the first time I saw it, so I wanted to make a movie that involved a serial killer...

Exclusive pics/comments: New screen psycho finds “A PLACE IN HELL”

From the wilds of New Jersey comes a madman who’s found the perfect place to hide out, in the independent fright feature A PLACE IN HELL. We’ve got some exclusive photos and words with the movie’s writer/director. Notable as one of the screen’s only African-American slashers, A PLACE IN HELL’s Harrison Graves (Atif Lanier) has his roots in real life. “The film’s genesis began when Sonny Velozzi of Don’t Go There Productions approached me about making a film together,” David Boorboor (pictured right), who scripted and helmed HELL, tells Fango. “He set up a meeting with his friend, producer Ed Cuffe, who brought Mike Reuten into the meeting, where we had an hour-long conversation about JAWS. So Cufflink Productions would finance a film I would write and direct; the only caveat was that it must be a horror movie. No problem, because I’ve been a huge fan of the genre for as long as I can remember. I’ve always been fascinated by movies about serial killers, from HALLOWEEN to THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, and began researching such murderers in my area. I came across African-American necrophiliac Harrison Graham, and began to study his backstory.” Graham, the so-called “Corpse Collector” who murdered and violated seven women in Philadelphia, became the inspiration for Graves, who violently preys on a group of college students in the midst of shooting a horror flick for a class project. Now Boorboor needed an appropriate setting for the bloodshed, and found it around the same time the project was launched. “Mario Cerrito, another local filmmaker, had approached Sonny about a script he was working on...