Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made is a 2016 American horror mockumentary feature film produced and directed by David Amito and Michael Laicini (Who is Mr. Tom? web series) from a screenplay by Amito.
“There’s a reason why you haven’t seen Antrum: Because you’d be dead. This occult-heavy horror film shot back in the ’70s focuses on a pair of young siblings who head into the woods to grieve over a dead pet and unwittingly discover a literal Hell on Earth.
The film has achieved notoriety due to it’s troubled lifespan: A theater in Budapest screened it in 1988 and burned to the ground; several film festival programmers attempted to play it before mysteriously dying; and a violent and blood-drenched San Francisco riot followed a mid-’90s revival effort. Believed to be cursed, Antrum has since been untouched—until now.” Matt Barone, Brooklyn Horror Film Festival
” …a good film comprised of several great elements, wholly elevated by the filmmakers’ literal propagation of art’s devastating effect on people. If nothing else, Laicini and Amito get a tip of the hat for taking what would have been a decent occult film alone and supplementing it with a mythos that gave it credence and word of mouth notoriety…” Anya Stanley, Dread Central
Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made premiered at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival on October 14, 2018.
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