Joe Ciminera Presents ‘The Library’ Summer 2013
Ever since I posted the story about Paul Sutton playing the Devil in an upcoming documentary I’ve been received a TON of unsolicited emails through the contact form on the site. Apparently horror spammers have seen that post as an opening to flood my inbox with garbage. Because of that, it was with great trepidation that I opened an email this afternoon which was announcing an upcoming project from Joe Ciminera. And while I don’t plan on posting all of these stories (Don’t get any ideas spammers) this one did catch my eye. Based on the trailer it’s obviously not a huge budget production but I have to say it looks pretty creepy and worth checking out.
Here’s the email that I received from Joe himself (if I’m to believe the form):
We are proud to announce the release of our new movie and the trailer below. Joe Ciminera has created another horror film game changer that has no script. His latest venture, “The Library” is due to be released summer of 2013. Ciminera was the writer director for the acclaimed films Purification and Acedia. He is the creator of “Joe Ciminera Presents, Tales from the Dark”- a web series focusing on psychological thrillers. See the synopsis of “The Library” below:
In a small town circa 1860 small pox takes the life of a little girl. She enters a world that will get her prepped and re-incarnated for her next life. The library is a second chance, a place to select a storybook life and be reborn. The evil darkness takes the girl into lower earth. All the corners of hell are fighting to keep her from reaching the next level. Three guardians are sent to rescue her but they only have 30 minutes.
Please click the link below to view the trailer:
For Press information contact:
I’ve edited a couple of typos that were in the email 🙂 and rather than including the link directly in the text I figured I’d embed it here for you to view:
As we say in the header, ScareTissue.com is a site of “Horror movie reviews from guys who love them.” Just cause it’s not a big budget picture doesn’t mean there isn’t brilliance on the screen. I’m looking forward to checking this one out when it hits. Joe / Todd – thanks for sending it in. Please keep us posted!