“Bondage and blood are just part of [Sociopathia’s] twisted world…”
THIS FEBRUARY, CINEMA EPOCH AND A BEVVY OF
SCREAM QUEENS UNLEASH A DARK, TWISTED THRILLER
PROVING THAT LOVE NEVER DIES
Scream Queen Ruby Larocca (Flesh for the Beast) and Rich Mallery
Make Their Co-Directorial Debuts; Tammy Jean (Apocalypse Kiss),
Asta Paredes (Return to Nuke’ Em High, Vols. 1&2), Nicola Fiore
(She Wolf Rising) and Tabetha Ray (The Cemetary) Star
Bonuses Include a Complete Black & White Version of the Film
and Deleted Scenes
Arriving on DVD, VOD and Digital on February 9, 2016
Following a limited theatrical run and a “Best Director” Nomination from the 2015 Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival for co-directors Ruby Larocca and Rich Mallery (writer/producer for upcoming Samurai Cop 2), SOCIOPATHIA, a twisted cross between Maniac and American Mary, arrives on DVD, VOD and Digital on February 9, courtesy of genre specialists, Cinema Epoch.
Introverted and peculiar, Mara (Tammy Jean) spends her days fabricating props for movies. But her reclusive persona conceals an internal wrath. Terrified of being alone, Mara refuses to let her victims leave, sadistically murdering them and keeping their corpses as living dolls. When she’s hired by Kat (Asta Paredes), a fledgling producer, the two instantly hit it off. As their relationship grows more intense, Mara begins to lose her already fragile grip on reality. When her “dolls” begin demanding all of her attention, and Kat threatens to break her heart, Mara spirals into psychosis, leaving her no choice but to kill again.
In addition to Jean and Paredes, the SOCIOPATHIA cast also includes Nicola Fiore (who also appeared opposite LaRocca in Slaughter Daughter), Nicolette Le Faye (President’s Day, Call Girl of the Cthulu), Tabetha Ray (Bullets for Jesus, Caveat), Morris County director Matthew Garrett and Beneath the Underground founder Nick DeCarlo. Call’s Girl’s Jason M. Koch and Kaleigh Brown added the blood-splashed makeup FX.
Complete B&W version of SOCIOPATHIA
7 Deleted Scenes, including one with George Stover, a cult actor best known for his work in John Waters’ films such as Female Trouble, Desperate Living, Hairspray and Polyester
Running Time: 86 mins.
Aspect Ratio: 16×9
Audio: 5.1 Surround Sound