Visible Scars

Horror | 101 minutes | 2013 | HD



Festivals & Awards

Winner:
Best Feature - Shockfest Film Festival (Los Angeles)

Nominations:
Best Actress Jillian Murray - Chicago Horror Film Festival
Best Actress Jillian Murray - Shockfest Film Festival
Best Actor Tom Sizemore - Shockfest Film Festival
Best Director Richard Turke - Shockfest Film Festival
Sexiest Shockfest Sweetheart (Jillian Murray)
The Shockfest Award for Excellence
Best Poster - Shockfest Film Festival

Chicago Horror Film Festival
Shockfest Film Festival
Big Bear Horror Film Festival



Cast & Credits

Cast:
Jullian Murray (Wild Things: Foursome / The Graves / Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown) Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan / Black Hawk Down / Reach Me)
Hanna Hall (Forrest Gump / The Virgin Suicides / Halloween)


Crew:
Written & Directed by: Richard Turke
Producers: Becca Taylor & Jillian Murray
Executive Producers: Joshua N. Todd & Ryan R. Johnson
Director of Photography: Jacques Haitkin (A Nightmare on Elm Street / A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge)
Casting Director: Andrea Rueda (Broken Roads)
Music: James Eakin III
Editor: Denise Howard



Synopsis

Some scars are more than skin deep.

With photography by veteran Jacques Haitkin (A Nightmare on Elm Street) and the directorial debut of Richard Turke, Visible Scars begins seventeen years ago.
MIKE GILLIS (Golden Globe Nominee, Tom Sizemore) kills a mother and takes her twin baby girls to a house in the woods. He keeps the girls locked in the basement for seven years until a fire kills them all. Fast forward to present day as STACY WALKER (Jillian Murray) flees to her uncle's old secluded cabin in those same woods to escape her abusive boyfriend. But instead of seclusion, she begins to be haunted by the ghosts of the little girls.



Country

United States of America




Reviews

“A compelling film, with an intriguing conclusion.” - 28 Days Later

“The movie seeks to educate and enlighten its audience with its dark portrayal of abusive father-daughter relationships.”– Word Press