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Osiris Entertainment has picked up BETROTHED with a VOD release targeted for July.

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre meets House of 1000 Corpses in a new sweat-inducing new horror jaunt from Jim Lane, director of Deadly Famous starring Mikayla Gibson, Bill Oberst Jr (Criminal Minds, Circus of the Dead), Trae Ireland (13/13/13), Omar Gooding (Barbershop), Reatha Grey (Chocolate City), Joey Bell, David Brown, Elizabeth Castillo, Jamie B.Cline, Adam Dunnells, and Bunny Gibson (Creepshow III).

A trip to the store turns into a surreal nightmare when a college student is kidnapped by a deranged, dysfunctional family. Now Audra West finds herself trapped in the middle of the desert, and betrothed to Adam, the youngest son of the murderous clan. As a determined detective conducts a frantic search, Audra realizes the only way to survive is to escape. But even if she could get away, almost two hundred miles of desert lies between her and help.

Jim Lane directs from a script by Jeff D. Rosenberg. Greg Munsell, Carole Vesely, and Marie Lemelle produce.



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