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Archive for August, 2013
Tags: Eroticide, Independent Filmmaking, Indie Film, Jocelin Haas, Lisa Di Capa, Matthew Saliba, Montreal Filmmakers, Sinema Saliba, Stephanie Van Rijn
Tags: Eroticide, IMDB, Independent Filmmaking, Indie Film, Jocelin Haas, Lisa Di Capa, Matthew Saliba, Montreal Filmmakers, Sinema Saliba, Stephanie Van Rijn
It’s still missing a few details but EROTICIDE now has a profile page on the IMDb!
Check it out here!
Tags: Cinema du Parc, Eroticide, Film Premiere, Independent Filmmaking, Indie Film, Jocelin Haas, Lisa Di Capa, Matthew Saliba, Montreal Filmmakers, Sinema Saliba, Stephanie Van Rijn, World Premiere
After 4 years of anticipation and speculation as to what the next Matthew Saliba film might have in store for audiences around the world, the time has come for you to feast your eyes on the 7th production from Sinema Saliba entitled EROTICIDE!
EROTICIDE tells the story of a young man named Yan (Jocelin Haas) and how his addiction to erotic humiliation sets the course of his life on a downward spiral when his ex, Kendra (Lisa Di Capa) comes back into the picture, forcing him to choose between a future with his loving girlfriend, Elise (Stephanie van Rijn) or one of empty sexual gratification with Kendra.
Saturday, September 28th, 2013
Cinema du Parc (3575 av. Du Parc, Montreal, Quebec, H2X 3P9)
Doors open at 1pm, Screening begins at 1:30pm
$10 (tickets can be purchased at the door, all proceeds go to supporting the filmmakers)
Tags: All Things Horror, Chris Hallock, CinemaSchminema, Eroticide, Jocelin Haas, Lisa Di Capa, Matthew Saliba, Mike Snoonian, Misty Layne, Sean Thompson, Sinema Saliba, Spooky Sean's Random-Ass Podcastery... From the Nether Regions, Stephanie Van Rijn, The DIY Drive-In
Wow! Since going live, 4 days ago, the EROTICIDE trailer has been viewed 980 times on YouTube and has received unanimous praise from everyone!
Chris Hallock from The DIY Drive-In had this to say about the trailer:
“One of my favorite filmmakers, Mr. Matthew Saliba, creator of provocative films like VAMPYROS LESBOS and AMY’S IN THE ATTIC, has returned with EROTICIDE, a film designed to make you an uncomfortable voyeur as a sadomasochistic love triangle unfolds.”
Misty Layne from CinemaSchminema had this to say:
“Definitely looks intense… I really dig the whole sexual/relationship psychology and the (possible) BDSM though – I’m intrigued by the psychology of attraction/sex/desire/love, it’s something I enjoy studying so this film should be fun!”
Sean Thompson Spooky Sean’s Random-Ass Podcastery… From the Nether Regions invited me to appear on his podcast to talk about all things EROTICIDE! We should be recording this interview in the coming week or so.
But best of all, I just woke up this morning to discover this wonderfully written piece by Mike Snoonian at All Things Horror who really went above and beyond the call of duty of promoting the trailer. Check it out here!
And for those of you who still haven’t seen the trailer, here it is! 😀
Tags: Eroticide, Indie Filmmaking, Jocelin Haas, Lisa Di Capa, Matthew Saliba, Montreal Filmmakers, Sado-Erotic, Sinema Saliba, Stephanie Van Rijn
We are officially PICTURE LOCKED on my new film EROTICIDE! The film currently clocks in at 38 minutes and it is, by far, the BEST and most personal thing I have ever done. I cannot wait to unveil it to the world!
In the meantime, please check out the first batch of official screenshots from the film featuring my lovely cast: Jocelin Haas, Stephanie van Rijn and Lisa Di Capa.
We also have an official Facebook page too, so if you’re on FB, please take a couple of seconds to head on over here and give us a little like. We don’t bite. 😉
Tags: Cute Animals, Dogs, Eroticide, Film Editing, Funny Pet Pics, Indie Filmmaking, Matthew Saliba, Montreal Filmmakers, Puppies, Sinema Saliba, Video Editing
Very happy to announce that the EROTICIDE rough cut is in the can! The film currently clocks in at slightly over 35 minutes (without end credits), which is pretty impressive considering the original script was only 24 pages. I can’t even begin to describe how elated I feel at the moment. This film was 4 years in the making and we’re one step closer to presenting it to the world sometime in September.
In the meantime, please enjoy this first “screenshot” from the film. 😉