Mutilation Mile: brings in Christmas with hard core violence

Just in time for Christmas indie filmmaker Ron Atkins’ hyper charged exploitation crime film “MUTILATION MILE” hits DVD December 21st. Go to¬†www.mutilationmile.com to order or watch the trailer, read reviews and much
more.


Below is a synopsis of the film

Inspired by true events that took place sometime in 1993, Jimmy & Jack DeGrasso, two brothers, went on a blood soaked killing spree of vengeance. Fueled by revenge & cocaine they slaughtered street thugs, hookers, addicts, and drug dealers to find the murderer of their uncle Sal.

Gritty, controversial, violent, disturbing and graphic, “Mutilation Mile” is a throwback to the great exploitation/crime films of the 70′s, and promises to deliver the goods like never before.

Running Time: 1 HR 22 MINS

Ron Atkins’ MUTILATION MILE
Daniel McCabe Lawrence Buchér
Special Effects Kimberly Bell
Music by Kristian Day
Associate Producer Daniel McCabe
Executive Producers: Rebecca McCabe Bruns, Jennifer Atkins and Ron Atkins
Produced, Edited, Written and Directed by Ron Atkins

WARNING: This film contains scenes of explicit violence, rape, drug use and language. Viewer discretion is advised.

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