PRETTY FINE THINGS (2016) Overview

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‘Death runs in the family’

Pretty Fine Things is a 2016 horror film written and directed by Ryan Scott Weber (Zombies Incorporated TV series; Witches Blood; Sheriff Tom vs. the Zombies; Mary Horror). It stars Joe Parascand, Patrick Devaney, Adam Ginsberg. Lynn Lowry and Andrew Divoff have cameo roles.

Enter the creepy, sick world of the Banner clan, where serial killing is a family tradition. Several young girls have gone missing in the quiet, peaceful town of Bernardsville, New Jersey – and both the police and the families of the victims remain at a loss for any answers.

Meanwhile, the unassuming Walter Banner is renting out his second home to a trio of young college girls who just want to party. But they have no idea they are the latest in a long line of prey to Walter’s deep-rooted insanity, bloodlust and mommy issues.

Wild Eye Releasing is released Pretty Fine Things on DVD in the UK and US on February 13, 2018.

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Special features: Cast Interviews | Bloopers | Director’s Commentary | Trailers

Main cast:

  • Joe Parascand – The Soulless and sequels; Zombies Incorporated; Witches’ Blood; Sheriff Tom Vs. The Zombies 
  • Patrick Devaney – Black WakeZombie Hunters: City of the DeadThe Long Island Serial Killer 
  • Adam Ginsberg – Bigfoot: Blood TrapZK: Elephant’s Graveyard
  • Lynn Lowry
  • Andrew Divoff
  • Lauren Renahan
  • Emelia Brawn
  • Camila Perez
  • Ralph Cobert
  • Ryan Scott Weber
  • Kristen Accardi

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