By: Kyle Reese
Here is a indie film I remembered seeing on Kickstarter as the campaign was ending. The film is P5YCH and even though they did not get the funds to finish the film on Kickstarter, they decided to take the rewards aspect of donation over on to their website. So you can still help the film and there is no goal to be reached.
The film is about five survivors and how their experiences influenced the five scariest movies of all time. There is more to it than that and you can read the synopsis later for more details.
The film is being directed by Matthew Currie Holmes and they are shooting for a 2013 release. Check out the teaser trailer for P5YCh after the jump.
Official website: P5ych
Synopsis: Sandy King, Eric Talbert, Debbie Hill, Amanda Collins and Bobby White have been scarred so badly and terrified so brutally they each reside, permanently at the Milton Armstrong Wellness Centers, a nationwide series of hospitals specializing in the treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Mentored by Dr. Rick Gilbert, The Five take their therapy to a whole new level when they leave the confines of their respective wellness centers and travel to the secluded McMurtrey Ranch. There, they engage in an experimental, psycho-kinetic treatment known as Stage Seven, which allows them to come face to face with their worst fears: their most suppressed memories.
When the memories and fantasies turn real, and the body count begins to rise, the five must band together to survive again… or die trying.
P5YCH is a thrilling new chapter in the ‘meta’ slasher film genre. By using the paradigms of some of the greats, P5YCH is able to both pay homage to the classics as well as create a new, terrifying mythology for horror fans to enjoy.