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Sanctuary: Quite a Conundrum takes horror to a new level. You've been warned

Horror history has been made
Horror history has been made
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We can warn you that August 26 is a day of doom.
Nonsense you say?
Then we suggest you know that's the date for the DVD, VOD and Digital Download release of Sanctuary: Quite a Conundrum, the indie film that took film festivals by storm, garnering both critical and audience acclaim. Selected for presentation at more than 30 film festivals all over the world, Sanctuary: Quite a Conundrum is well on its journey in becoming the next great cult classic. Awards include Winner Best Comedy at the 2012 Chicago Horror Film Festival, Winner Best Feature Film at the 2012 New York International Film Festival, Winner Best Horror/Thriller Feature Film at the 2012 Bare Bones Film Festival and Winner Best Feature Film at the 2013 World Independent Film Expo.
Thank Thomas L. Phillips and Midnight Releasing for the gift.|
The directorial debut of Phillips, who also wrote, edited and produced the film, Sanctuary: Quite a Conundrum paints an unforgettable and truly bizarre picture of suburbia–with a brush dipped in blood. BFFs Mimi (Sasha Ramos) and Tabitha (Erin Nicole Cline) are holding a party at Mimi’s house while her father is away on business. Inviting boyfriends Dutch (Joe Coffey) and Sean (Chris Greene), Mimi even allows her younger sister Kylene (Emily Rogers) to invite her boyfriend Harris (Anthony Rutowicz).
What starts as a typical pool party soon turns violent when neighbor Mark (John Lucas) shows up unannounced– completely naked and brandishing a gun. Forcing Mimi to admit to their failed tryst, Mark turns the gun on himself and falls dead into the pool. From that flash point starts a nightmarish odyssey for everyone involved. Soon, secrets will be divulged, alliances will shift and friendships will be tested. As the evening wears on, it becomes apparent that someone within their group might have tasted blood before. . . "The movie is ready for the world to see, and I am ready for the world to see it,” warns Phillips. “Let the reactions and word of mouth begin, 'cause I know for a fact, that the word of mouth for a movie such as this, will take it to a whole other level."

You've been warned.

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