Erotic and atmospheric ghost story Sisters of the Plague hitting DVD and VOD this month
Indie film distributor BrinkVision has announced plans to release the sensual and stylish microbudget horror film Sisters of the Plague, a mature and evolved Louisiana Gothic that will hit VOD and DVD on February 14th. The film stars Josephine Decker (Rosehill, Loves Her Gun) and Isolde Chae-Lawrence who play a lesbian couple in the French Quarter of New Orleans, an area rooted in Southern culture and superstition. Mood, atmposphere, ghosts and demonic possession all take center stage in this atmospheric suspense thriller directed by acclaimed filmmaker Jorge Torres-Torres (Shadow Zombie) who wrote the film along with co-writer Jason Banker of Toad Road fame.
Synopsis: Jo (Decker) enjoys leading haunted house tours around New Orleans. But when her father moves into the house she shares with her girlfriend, terrifying supernatural things start really happening. Seeking a medium’s help, Jo finds she is facing something way beyond her control. Jorge Torres-Torres’ intensely creepy film echoes Zulawksi’s Possession in evoking horror from a fractured romantic relationship on the brink of all-consuming destruction.
Watch the trailer below and buy the film on DVD from Amazon here.