Breaking Glass Pictures has announced the March 6 DVD release of the carnage-packed horror film Wound (SRP 24.99). Director David Blyth takes audiences down a twisted rabbit hole where unimaginable horrors become reality. Wound hits hard and shows that the only way to survive is to Beware the Beast!
Legendary director Ken Russell (Oscar-winning Women in Love, The Devils, The Whoâ€™s Tommy, Altered States) hailed Wound as a â€śromantically charged Gothic psycho-sexual horror tale.â€ť He championed the film as a â€śmasterpiece,â€ť pointing out the â€śgorgeous images and repulsive dream-surgery into the recesses of female consciousness.â€ť
Wound breaks all barriers as it explores the dark worlds of mental illness, incest, revenge and death. The film follows Tanya as she searches for Susan, the mother she has never met â€“ a mother who gave her up for dead after Tanya was brutally abused by her own father.
Tanya returns from the grave to confront and possess Susan with all her deepest fears and desires, sending her mother into a state of madness and gore filled retribution. A young woman alone attempts to fight the demons that begin to haunt her days and nights — in a series of brutal confrontations with the enemies of the past that want to possess and kill her.
â€śWoundâ€ť has shown nationally and internationally in festivals such as Fantasia FF and Fright Fest London. It has been awarded best female performance for Kate Oâ€™Rourke, best director, and best film at â€śA Night of Horror International Film Festival. As 2011 came to a close, Wound featured prominently on many horror criticsâ€™ â€śBest Films of the Yearâ€ť list.
The DVD release will come fully stocked with numerous special features such as director David Blythâ€™s short film â€śCircadian Rhythmsâ€ť, and music videos for â€śDamn Laser Vampiresâ€ť and â€śKnot Timeâ€ť, the official theme song for the film.