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The Graves marks the directorial debut of Brian Pulido (“Lady Death,” “Evil Ernie”).
Here’s an official synopsis: Megan and Abby Graves are inseparable sisters. Megan is a self-assured ass kicker. Abby is a caustic, Hot Topic Goth afraid of her own shadow. They couldnâ€™t be less alike, but they share a life-long obsession with comics, pop culture and rock â€˜nâ€™ roll. Simply put, they are beautiful geeks.
In a few days, Megan will start a new job in New York. To send her off in style, the sisters go on a trip to uncharted Arizona in search of kitchy roadside attractions.
Instead, theyâ€™re lured to Skull City Mine, an abandoned mine town. But Skull City is anything but abandoned — and thereâ€™s no way out.
The sisters are now prey, forced to unleash their most primitive instincts in a desperate fight for survival against unspeakable horrors — both human and supernatural:
Caleb aka â€œPig Manâ€ (Bill Moseley) the twisted, wife-seeking serial killer, Reverend Abraham Stockton (Tony Todd), the insane leader of The Church of Devout Ascension, Deacon Luke (D. Randall Blythe), the churchâ€™s enforcer who is quite possibly a cannibal, Darlene Atwood (Amanda Wyss), the seemingly friendly waitress at Screamerâ€™s diner who delivers tourists to their doom, Jonah Lee Atwood (Shane Stevens) – the ruthlessly efficient, reluctant killer and â€œMamaâ€ Heinbecker (Barbara Glover) â€“ the cold-hearted ticket taker whoâ€™s â€œhandyâ€ with knitting needles.
When Megan suffers a mortal wound, Abby must save her sister, but to do so, she must confront her fears and unlock the mystery of Skull City alone.
Can Abby survive Skull Cityâ€™s threats? Can she rescue Megan or are the Graves doomed to a fate much worse than death?
For more visit the film’s official site!