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Two Official Clips for The Demented

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With Anchor Bay’s The Demented set for a home video release this July 30th, we have scored two new clips to give you guys a much better look at what to expect. And of course, to see if it’s worth your hard earned cash. Head on down below and give them a watch, let us know if you’ll be checking this one out?

The film stars Sarah Butler (I Spit On Your Grave), Brittney Alger (21 Jump Street), Kayla Ewell (“The Vampire Diaries”), Richard Kohnke (“The Carrie Diaries”), and Michael Welch (The Twilight Saga franchise).

SynopsisThe Demented follows six college friends as they meet up for a carefree weekend in a beautiful rural home. A terrorist missile attack in a nearby town infects much of the townspeople with a deadly virus that induces rabies-like symptoms…with devastating consequences. Ravenous and fast, the infected townspeople turn their sights on the vacation home where the friends are gathered…and are now barricaded. How long can they hide? Even with the infected “sleeping” in the streets, can they make their escape? If so, to what?

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      1. Whitney R. Browning July 16, 2013 at 6:51 pm

        I have been asked a number of times just how much of the book is based upon fact and how much is fiction; I have also been asked if I found the experience cathartic. Suffice it to say that the initial background of the story, based in Blackpool, where I was born, is largely true, including the violent abuse of our father and the physical punishment meted out by the Christian Brothers at the College. Where it begins to stray into the realms of fiction is the point where my sister was ‘beaten to death’ by our father. Of course this did not happen, although I have to admit that my older sister, Pat, did endure a great deal of suffering at our father’s hands and she did die at a relatively young age, and were I asked who was to blame for this I know where most of the responsibility lies.