Cleopatra Records, with sales and distribution support provided by MVD Entertainment Group, will be bringing the directing team of Jonathan Williams and James A. Colletti’s horror tale, The Burningmoore Deaths, to the DVD arena on Feb. 14.
There are two connected stories here — connected in the sense that the action takes place on two different days, separated by a period of five years, in the same house. The backstory features the narration of Detective Bruce Hallenbach (Joe Pallister), who describes his response to a 911 call from a Long Island home, where he discovers that four of the five members of the Parrish family have been murdered. The mother and two of the three boys bludgeoned to death and the father found hung from a tree in the backyard. Missing is the elder son, James.
Five year later a reality show crew arrives to film an episode of “Gettin’ Hammered,” which will detail how this abandoned and now rundown home will get a complete make over. Genre fans will recognized this particular group of people as the “victim pool.”
Cameras are set up and the filming begins. The various rooms in the house are surveyed for renovation and this is when the slaughter begins as James Parrish (played by Queensrÿche front man Geoff Tate), the missing son, begins picking off the members of the “Gettin’ Hammered” crew — while the video cameras are running — one by one … by one!
What started out to be the documentation of the renovation of an abandoned house turns into a reality show blood bath!