AN UNEXPECTED TWIST ON THE ORIGINAL
FRANKENSTEIN MONSTER TALE
A Lonely Gravedigger’s Past Comes Back to Haunt Him When He Uncovers Frankenstein’s Infamous Monster in the Gothic Horror-Thriller, Arriving on DVD and Digital HD on August 30 From Indican Pictures
Set in 1700s Bavaria, The Gravedigger follows Kurt Volkera (Paul Homza, 2 Fast 2 Furious), a lonely gravedigger whose life is forever changed when he stumbles upon a scared, violent man (Gisbert Heuer, American Cryptid) hiding in the graveyard. After taking him in, Volkera’s past comes back to haunt him after learning that the man is actually the creation of a young Victor Frankenstein (Tyler Charles Kane, A Life Untitled) for whom he had been collecting body parts a year earlier. Meanwhile, Dr. Frankenstein is on the hunt for his monster, who had murdered his entire family in a fit of rage and escaped. As Dr. Frankenstein gets closer to finding his prey and exacting revenge, the monster begins to find his humanity with the help of his new friend, the gravedigger.
Directed by Erynn Dalton (American Cryptid) and written by Joseph Zettelmaier, The Gravedigger also stars Arlette Del Toro (The Naked Proof).
DVD + Digital HD Release: August 30, 2022
Digital Availability: Apple TV, Prime Video, Google Play, Vudu, DirecTV and more
Run Time: 95 Minutes
About Indican Pictures
Indican Pictures is a boutique entertainment label and film distributor. The company was founded in 2004 and has released over 300 films worldwide. In our history, our films have won two Independent Spirit Awards, three FIPRESCI awards, five PRISM awards, two NAACP awards, one ALMA award and two HOT DOCS. Indican is known for releasing challenging material like Boondock Saints (Norman Reedus), Tuvalu (FIPRESCI WINNER), Pure (Keira Knightley), Hybrid (Independent Spirit Award Winner), Only The Brave (internment of Japanese Americans), The Black List V. I-III (HBO Original Series), and Guest Artist (Jeff Daniels), among others. Indican Pictures acquires and distributes a diverse selection of feature films to a broad range of entertainment outlets, including theatrical, home entertainment, television, airlines and streaming platforms.