New Posters for Hellbent and Eternal

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New posters have been released for Paul Etheredge Ouzts "Hellbent" and Wilhelm Liebenberg, Federico Sanchez vampire film "Eternal."

Synopsis: This original new feature from writer/director Paul Etheredge-Ouzts and Joseph Wolf, the co-creator of such horror classics as "Halloween," makes film history by bringing us the first-ever gay horror/slasher movie.

The film follows five gay men fighting to stay alive at one of the most outrageous celebrations of the year -- Halloween night in West Hollywood. Capturing the essence of the Carnival, we follow the men through a night where flamboyant costumes, beautiful people, drugs, music, dancing and sex are everywhere. The authentic footage that the filmmakers acquired during Halloween Carnival lets filmgoers experience West Hollywood on its most exciting night of the year. "Hellbent" is a film that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Synopsis: Detective Raymond Pope is a hard-boiled man of questionable morals, in search of his missing wife. His investigation leads him to the wealthy estate of the enigmatic Elizabeth Kane and her young maid, Irina, a couple the devil himself would avoid.

Beneath Elizabeth's fascinating looks and aristocratic manner, lies a terrifying killer, who lures, seduces and murders innocent women to bathe in their blood, believing that such a gruesome ritual will preserve her own youth forever.

Her companion, the seemingly sweet and angelic Irina, is a savage predator in her own right, living under the illusion that her mistress is a supernatural being, who, one day, will grant her the gift of eternal life.

As Pope finds himself perversely drawn to the powerful Elizabeth, bodies begin to surface. His enquiries only deepen the mystery surrounding her past. His obsession grows so intense that he completely fails to anticipate Elizabeth's reaction to this intrusion into her dark world, a fatal mistake that might cost Pope his life and the life of those close to him. 

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