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Action/horror flick Eye See Death gets a new one sheet

In what can only be called blatant self promotion (I'm a whore, sue me) may I proudly present to you the latest one sheet for the upcoming action/horror flick Eye See Death.

Neat, no? I think so.

As you can see, the movie stars past Basement/Dark Fest guest, and all around bro, John Fallon along with French film star Rurik Salle. Now for the blatant self promotion part: I wrote it.

Eye See Death is in pre-production and was a presence at Cannes earlier this year. Fight choreographer Manu Lanzi (District 13, JCVD, Kiss of the Dragon) is attached. What's it about?
New York. One year, ten women brutally stabbed to death in their homes. This is the work of the serial killer the media have dubbed ‘The Uptown Slasher’, and it’s a case that has become an obsession for no-nonsense homicide cop Shane Carter (John Fallon). In France, the maverick Inspecteur Malterre (Rurik Sallé) has dedicated a good portion of his career in patrolling the most violent of suburbs, dealing with the toughest gangs and street thugs. When Carter takes down The Uptown Slasher in a decoy operation, they find out that the assassin is actually french.
In order to help the US unit on the case and to bring the madman back home for trial, the french Police sends Inspecteur Malterre over to New York. Alas, the Uptown Slasher eventually escapes his captors, and heads back to France with Carter and Malterre hot on his trail. But things are about to get worse. The psychopath has a secret; he can’t sleep and has been living under heavy medication for years. Without his pills, not only is he awake twenty-four hours a day, but his perception of reality gets heavily distorted, bringing forth horrific visions. During his evasion, his medication was lost and now The Uptown Slasher sees hell everywhere he looks and he won’t stop until he lets the apocalypse loose onto the world… Will the clock run out before justice is served? - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/horror-movies/news/eye-see-death-at-cannes-starring-john-fallon-and-rurik-salle#sthash.CM3QcdZG.dpuf

New York. One year, ten women brutally stabbed to death in their homes. This is the work of the serial killer the media have dubbed ‘The Uptown Slasher’, and it’s a case that has become an obsession for no-nonsense homicide cop Shane Carter (John Fallon). In France, the maverick Inspecteur Malterre (Rurik Sallé) has dedicated a good portion of his career in patrolling the most violent of suburbs, dealing with the toughest gangs and street thugs. When Carter takes down The Uptown Slasher in a decoy operation, they find out that the assassin is actually french.

In order to help the US unit on the case and to bring the madman back home for trial, the French Police sends Inspecteur Malterre over to New York. Alas, the Uptown Slasher eventually escapes his captors, and heads back to France with Carter and Malterre hot on his trail. But things are about to get worse. The psychopath has a secret; he can’t sleep and has been living under heavy medication for years. Without his pills, not only is he awake twenty-four hours a day, but his perception of reality gets heavily distorted, bringing forth horrific visions. During his evasion, his medication was lost and now The Uptown Slasher sees hell everywhere he looks and he won’t stop until he lets the apocalypse loose onto the world… Will the clock run out before justice is served?
New York. One year, ten women brutally stabbed to death in their homes. This is the work of the serial killer the media have dubbed ‘The Uptown Slasher’, and it’s a case that has become an obsession for no-nonsense homicide cop Shane Carter (John Fallon). In France, the maverick Inspecteur Malterre (Rurik Sallé) has dedicated a good portion of his career in patrolling the most violent of suburbs, dealing with the toughest gangs and street thugs. When Carter takes down The Uptown Slasher in a decoy operation, they find out that the assassin is actually french.
In order to help the US unit on the case and to bring the madman back home for trial, the french Police sends Inspecteur Malterre over to New York. Alas, the Uptown Slasher eventually escapes his captors, and heads back to France with Carter and Malterre hot on his trail. But things are about to get worse. The psychopath has a secret; he can’t sleep and has been living under heavy medication for years. Without his pills, not only is he awake twenty-four hours a day, but his perception of reality gets heavily distorted, bringing forth horrific visions. During his evasion, his medication was lost and now The Uptown Slasher sees hell everywhere he looks and he won’t stop until he lets the apocalypse loose onto the world… Will the clock run out before justice is served? - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/horror-movies/news/eye-see-death-at-cannes-starring-john-fallon-and-rurik-salle#sthash.k8EubE28.dpuf

Stick with us as this project develops!

Source: John Fallon
Manu Lanzi (JCVD, Chinese Zodiac, Kiss of the Dragon, District 13, Unleashed) - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/horror-movies/news/eye-see-death-at-cannes-starring-john-fallon-and-rurik-salle#sthash.CM3QcdZG.dpuf
Manu Lanzi (JCVD, Chinese Zodiac, Kiss of the Dragon, District 13, Unleashed) - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/horror-movies/news/eye-see-death-at-cannes-starring-john-fallon-and-rurik-salle#sthash.CM3QcdZG.dpuf
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