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Get a First Look at Wicked Pixel's Ratline on July 12th! Print E-mail
Written by Chris Mayo   
Saturday, 10 July 2010
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Wicked Pixel Cinema will be unveiling your first look at their upcoming feature film Ratline at FEARnet.com on July 12th, 2010.

FEARnet.com will present an entire scene from the movie.

Ratline is director Eric Stanze's follow-up to his critically-acclaimed and award-winning horror film Deadwood Park (winner, Best Feature and Best Cinematography at the Freak Show Film Fest, 2007, and named Best Independent Film Of The Year by DeadPit.com). Stanze is also the director of Scrapbook (named Best Independent Film Of The Year by Rue Morgue Magazine, 2001).

Ratline stars Emily Haack (Scrapbook), Jason Christ (Deadwood Park), Sarah Swofford (Sugar Creek), DJ Vivona (Ice From the Sun), pin-up and Playboy video model Alex Del Monacco, and alt-model / former Suicide Girl, Amanda "Apnea" Pemberton.

Ratline is currently in post-production.

Ratline contains classic good guys and bad guys, but the movie gives equal attention to characters who exist in the gray area between the two extremes. As the movie unfolds, malevolence meshes with integrity, past and present collide, mortality and immortality intertwine, and the lines between family and foe begin to blur.
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