Indican Pictures Picks Up Indie Horror CYNTHIA from Girls and Corpses Presents Label

Girls and Corpses Presents horror/dark comedy
picked up for distribution by Indican Pictures

Release Date: August 31, 2018 (U.S. Limited Theatrical) and Sept. 18, 2018 (VOD/DVD)

Starring three Rob Zombie alums: Scout-Taylor Compton (Halloween 1&2), Sid Haig and Bill Moseley (both stars of The Devil’s Rejects and 3 From Hell)

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CYNTHIA, written, produced, financed and also co-starring by Robert “Corpsy” Rhine (Girls and Corpses Magazine) has been picked up for distribution by Indican Pictures. Girls and Corpses is following in the footsteps of National Lampoon going from newsstand magazine to production studio. The film was directed by the team of Kenny Gage and Devon Downs (Anarchy Parlor, Raze).

Indican Pictures is set to deliver the beastly Cynthia into theaters August 31st and DVD/VOD on September 18th. This genre bending film, displays a young happily married couples’ conception, that grows into a slimy six-fingered one-legged nightmare terrorizing family values, the entire neighborhood and this little creepy crawly is just taking her first steps. Detectives embark on a monster-baby hunt of epic proportions as Cynthia munches her way home to mommy leaving bodies and bones behind. Cynthia’s iconic horror cast includes: Scout Taylor-Compton (“Halloween”), Sid Haig (“House of a Thousand Corpses”), Bill Moseley (“The Devils Rejects”), Robert LaSardo (“Anarchy Parlor”), Rebecca Marshall (“Saw 3D”) and James Karen (“Poltergeist”). A preview of the film’s upcoming launch is hosted here.

The film’s official synopsis: Robin and Michael are college sweethearts who have everything – a perfect marriage, adorable cat, a beautiful home, but one thing is missing from this idyllic setting – a baby. After years of fertility treatments their dreams come true when Robin finds out she is pregnant!! Is this a dream come true or a nightmare come to life?

Cynthia has had a tremendous run throughout the film festival circuit garnering multiple awards. Actor Sid Haig received Best Supporting Actor and Cynthia won Best Horror Film at the Independent Filmmakers Showcase IFS Film Festival which screened at The Grove in LA.

‘Cynthia’ is Girls and Corpses Presents first fully financed production. Rhine was also the executive producer on: Rob Zombie’s 31, Parasites, The Chair and Exorcism at 60,000 Feet (in post). Writer/Producer Robert “Corpsy” Rhine is the founder/publisher and Deaditor-In-Chief of the successful horror/comedy newsstand magazine Girls and Corpses:

The film’s creature designer is Mario Torres (The Shape of Water, Hellboy, Starship Troopers, The Strain). Curly of The Three Stooges grandson, who goes by Curly G, follows in the footsteps of his grandfather with his first film role. And James William O’Halloran has gone from MMA fighter to Price is Right male model to starring in his first feature film, Cynthia.

CYNTHIA won Best Horror Film 2018 from the IFS Film Festival at The Grove in LA and also star SID HAIG won Best Supporting Actor for his role in Cynthia.

Release Date: August 31, 2018 (U.S. Limited Theatrical) and Sept. 15, 2018 (VOD/DVD).

Writer/producer: Robert “Corpsy Rhine

Directors: Kenny Gage and Devon Downs

Cast: Scout Taylor-Compton, Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Robert LaSardo, Rebecca Marshall, Kyle Jones and James Karen.

About Indican Pictures: Indican Pictures acquires and distributes feature films to a broad range of entertainment outlets by providing a diverse selection of movies across: theatrical, home video, TV, VOD, PPV and streaming platforms.


And stay tuned for The Girls and Corpses next release Exorcism at 60,000 Feet (now in post) directed by Chad Ferrin (Parasites) and written by Robert “Corpsy” Rhine and Daniel Benton. Starring: Robert Miano, Bai-Ling, Bill Moseley, Lance Henriksen, Adrienne Barbeau, Matthew Moy, Kevin J. O’Connor. Jin N Tonic and Kelli Maroney.

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