Deimosimine to serve as gory proof that drugs are bad

Currently being developed by Alabama-based LeglessCorpse Films is DEIMOSIMINE, which may be tough to spell and/or pronounce but it sounds like a good time, with the filmmakers promising that it will deliver blood, gore, creatures, sex, and mayhem.

Directed by Chad Armstrong from a screenplay by Andrew Thompson and produced by Ray Scanlon, DEIMOSIMINE tells the following story:

Cindy is a twenty-something girl who has had a rough life. She believes that her wealthy mother killed her father and got away with it. After years of running from this horrible past, she turned finally to heroin to cope with her painful memories.

In reality truly caring for her daughter but being emotionally unable to reach out to her child as she should, Cindy's mother uses her obscene wealth to find a way to get her daughter the treatment she feels she needs; a radical, experimental treatment: DEIMOSIMINE; a drug that causes an addict to experience powerfully negative emotional reactions to the drugs they crave.  Theoretically, the patient will not want to go back to those dark places that the reaction of the DEIMOSIMINE creates in their minds, and thus stop using.

An unforeseen factor, however, causes Cindy to have a different reaction to the drug than is anticipated, and the results are a bloody and horrific journey into misunderstood madness.

Believing she's begun the road to recovery, Cindy will find herself enveloped in the subconscious horror that the drug creates in her psyche; a world of demons, evil, blood, and death.  Despite her efforts and those of they who support her, she will find herself a slave to the drug, and the demented terrors of the world that it shows to her.  The tragedy of a soul brought to such heinous destruction of the undeserving will be showcased as her perception brings bloody vengeance on the perceived threats to herself and society.

Newcomer Rhiana Howell has been cast as the lead character Cindy, with Portia Chellelynn set to join her in the supporting role of Kellee.

FX artist/GUTTERBALLS director Ryan Nicholson has been tapped to handle the film's practical creature effects, and to make sure the effects, and the film as a whole, can be pulled off in the best way possible, LeglessCorpse is currently running an Indiegogo campaign. While a contribution of $15 is enough to pre-order a DVD copy of the movie, even contributors who pitch in the lowest amount to earn a perk, $2, will get the chance to watch the finished film, via an online screener link.

$2 to watch a movie is a pretty good deal, and this one has definitely captured my interest, even if the title is a bit cumbersome.

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