Digital copy that is, no word yet on a physical release, but we'll be sure to share any details on that front as we get them. In any event, if you like your horror playful, subversive, and emotionally multi-layered - Do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of Egomaniac come August 15th! Press Release:
HERE'S WHAT THE CRITICS ARE SAYING ABOUT EGOMANIAC
Awards winning indie hit Egomaniac will be having it’s Video on Demand release on August 15th in the UK, USA and Canada. The second feature film by writer-director Kate Shenton (Screen International Rising Horror Star nominee) will be available to rent and buy on iTunes. EGOMANIAC has just finished its limited London theatrical run with its final screening being at the Prince Charles Cinema. Egomaniac had its world premiere at Fright Fest 2016 and has a hugely successful theatrical run including screened at Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival, Boston Horrorthon, IFC Horrorthon, Lund International Fantastic Film Festival, RIP Horror Festival LA, Unrestricted View Horror Festival, Overkill Film Festival, Dundead and Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival. Based on Kate Shenton’s personal experiences EGOMANIAC is a satirical dark comedy about independent filmmaking with a grizzly horror twist at the end. Egomaniac stars Nic Lamont and Adam Rhys- Davies as well as Lawrence Harvey (Human Centipede 2&3.)
EGOMANIAC INVADES THE VIDEOGAME WORLD!
Egomaniac is also being developed into a morally charged, narrative-adventure mobile app game, made by Feature Games and to be released later in the year. The game will be available Android, iOS, PC & Mac.
Game concept. EGOMANIAC is a morally charged, narrative-adventure game with a Killer Concept. You’re Fresh out of film-school and set to make your independant debut feature film. Only one catch. You can’t finance it. In the game Egomaniac, you will need to barter Compromise Points (or CP) against your Sanity Meter, to keep enough money to stay alive, but sane enough to not end up behind bars. Can you handle the sleazy producers, the dodgy distributors and the nasty, backstabbing world of the indie filmmaker?