I’m not sure, but they have it right… Mimesis and Horror

I don’t do horror movies, especially cheesy horror movies, but this one I might. Why?

No, not just the title, but the description. Someone is a real genius.

Coming February 12 from Anchor Bay Entertainment, MIMESIS was directed by Douglas Schulze from a script he wrote with Joshua Wagner, and begins at a horror convention, where a select group of fans are invited to an exclusive party at a nearby farm. Upon waking up the next morning, the attendees discover themselves in the midst of an undead siege scenario very reminiscent of a certain George A. Romero classic. (Just to assure everyone gets the point, the disc art appends the movie’s title as MIMESIS: NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD.)

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3 Replies to “I’m not sure, but they have it right… Mimesis and Horror”

  1. Hello Joel. First off thank you for the positive pr. I’m fascinated by your area of study (for obvious reasons). Looking forward to the book when it is published.I too am fascinated by the role mimesis plays in our world today specifically how it relates to the arts / media.

    1. Thanks, Douglas. This looks like a fascinating film and I hope that it does well. Please let me know what, if anything, I can do to help with more PR

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