New Poster Revealed For ‘Fetish Factory’

In the gritty, sexy and scary old school tradition of exploitation and grindhouse art comes the kick-ass poster for Blanc/Biehn Productions’ latest fright flick, “Fetish Factory.”

BBP commissioned Los Angeles based artist Aaron Kai to come up with a throwback concept and create artwork that would tell a story – using scenes from the film and building intrigue through visuals just like they did back in the 60s and 70s.

Aaron Kai’s meticulously executed, photorealistic film-inspired artwork has been featured globally  from Hollywood to Tokyo to commemorate high-profile landmark events including Blade Runner: The Final Cut 25 Anniversary, The Bette Davis Centennial, and the Jules Verne Film Festival. Prominent collectors of Kai’s original works include Ridley Scott, Harrison Ford, and Clint Eastwood.

“Fetish Factory” is written and directed by Staci Layne Wilson, based on a story by Lony Ruhmann. The plot centers on pin-up vixens vs. bloodthirsty zombies, and is set in post-apocalyptic Hollywood.

The film stars Carrie Keagan (“Reno 9-1-1!”), Chase Williamson (“John Dies at the End”), Jennifer Blanc (“Everly”, “Havenhurst”, “Hidden in the Woods”), Daniel Quinn (“Rubber”), Stephen Wastell (“Criminal Minds”), Jenimay Walker, (“Serpent’s Kiss”), Tristan Risk (“American Mary”), Emma Julia Jacobs (“Hitchcock”), Ruben Pla (“Big-Ass Spider”), Diane Ayala Goldner (“The Collector”), Jesse Merlin (“FDR: American Badass”), Benjamin Easterday (“Poseidon Rex”), Tom Ayers (“Bosch”), and Montreal-based alternative model and fetish superstar The Richard rounds out the cast.

Lony Ruhmann is executive producer, cinematography is by Steve Romano,  and the original score is by Mars Homeworld and introduces new original songs by guitar superstars The Ventures.

It’s SURVIVAL OF THE FOXIEST! in “Fetish Factory”, a thrilling and darkly comic horror suspense film with a heaping helping of vintage burlesque bawdiness.

Look for it in 2015.

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