Horror, A Visionary Debut From Jerry J. White III
Director: Jerry J. White III
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Jerry J. White III’s debut feature in the Horror genre is titled; “The Horror”. The premier screening at Dances with Wolves Film festival won over critics and audiences. It’s rare a horror film is grouped into the prestigious circle of cult feature classics. Bloody Disgusting did just that with its parallel between “The Horror” protagonist and Norman Bates from “Psycho”. Meanwhile, Modern Horrors hails Jerry J. White III’s first venture into the Horror genre as “Impressive”.
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The long synopsis to Jerry J. White III’s “The Horror” reads as follows:
Still reeling from the loss of their parents, Malcolm and Isabel Rademacher head to their family’s lake house for a weekend with their friends. What starts as a fun trip is cut short when Malcolm and Isabel ultimately push their companions away. Abandoned, Malcolm and Isabel’s isolation is exploited by two masked assailants who invade their home. Malcolm kills one of them in self-defense, but becomes obsessed with tracking his escaped partner down.
Jerry J. White III’s “The Horror” , is scheduled to release on VHS via Moondog Media. Yes, that’s not a typo. Many readers will be scratching their heads with wonder on what a VHS is. The film will also be available across all streaming platforms via a VHX downloadable. The price for the VHS edition is $20 while the downloadable version is set at $5. Both version will release on the 1st of April 2016. Stay Tuned to DecayMag.com for a film analysis to Jerry J. White III’s “The Horror”.