The terrifying DEEP IN THE WOOD and moving GARDEN OF STARS set for June release
Two first-rate Foreign titles picked up by Uncork’d Entertainment for release this June.
The terrifying Deep in the Wood, from Stefano Lodovichi, and Garden of Stars, which as a link to The Brothers Grimm, premiere On Demand June 13.
Scare yourself senseless with “Deep in the Wood “ this June!
There is something wrong with their son.
The unnerving Deep in the Wood premieres on Demand June 13 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Tommi, a 4 year-old child, disappears during an annual Krampus festival. Five years later, a child was found nameless and without documents. DNA matches — He is Tommi. Manuel, the father, can finally embrace his son. The mother, Linda, however, can not adapt to the new situation. A suspicion digs inside her: What if that child is not really her son?
Filippo Nigro, Camilla Filippi, Giovanni Vettorazzo, Teo Achille Caprio, Stefano Pietro Detassis, Maria Vittoria Barrella, Roberto Gudese, and Luca Filippi star in “a terrifying horror movie to scare yourself senseless with,” (Recombu.com) from Stefano Lodovichi.
The DVD will be available Sep 27.
Cemetery tearjerker “Garden of Stars” set for US release June 13
Acclaimed LGBT title from Europe, Garden of Stars is welcomed to VOD June 13 and DVD September 5.
An enchanted cemetery in Berlin. Next to the Grimm Brothers’ grave, stillborn babies and gay people rest in peace. This is the Garden of Stars.
From Pasquale Plastino & Stéphane Riethauser, Garden of Stars explores the life of Ichgola Androgyn, an AIDS activist who runs German’s first cemetery café. As an undertaker, Ichgola focuses on stillborn babies. For these so-called “Star Kids”, he created a corner with thousands of flowers, pinwheels, elves, fairies, angels and teddy bears watching over the graves, where parents can find an individual spot for their lost child. Next to them, many men who wrote key chapters of the Berlin gay liberation movement are resting, victims of the AIDS epidemic. In one of Europe’s most colorful cemeteries, the funerary culture suddenly takes a new dimension, and life is celebrated with all its mysteries.