“DECAY is an amazing piece of filmmaking” – Aint it Cool News
Written and Directed by Joseph Wartnerchaney
The “meticulous and engrossing” (Aint it Cool News) Decay hits theatres and On Demand April 8 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Featuring a “mesmerizing” performance by Rob Zabrecky, writer-director Joseph Wartnerchaney’s vividly nightmarish pic focuses on a middle-aged grounds keeper at a local theme park that suffers from a debilitating case of OCD. One day, his daily routine is disrupted by a surprise visitor in his basement: a beautiful young woman who, through a jarring turn of events, ends up dead. Jonathan panics and chooses not to report the dead girl. Instead, he invites her to dinner. Jonathan is happy to have a friend, until the police start closing in, and his mind, and the body of the girl, begins to decay.
Winner of the True Grit Award at the Denver Film Festival 2015, Decay also stars Lisa Howard (The Twilight Saga : Breaking Dawn Part 2), Jackie Hoffman (Garden State), and Elisha Yaffe (TV’sBetter Call Saul).
When I started watching Decay, I spent the first two minutes wondering where this strange film was headed, but by minute three I was IN. It had me hooked for the duration in one of the more interesting and original films I have seen of late. Visually the film looks great. Not that I really know one make of a camera from another but Decay looks crisp and clear with some beautiful visuals used in the movie. A lot of people often complain that most horror films are the same. They clearly dont watch enough horror films and clearly havent seen Decay.
DECAY coming to theatres and VOD April 8