THE FILM -
Length: 64 Minutes
The first ever feature film is a 64 minute roller coaster ride of chills
and suspense. The film follows HH Holmes through his career of life
crime from his traumatic childhood in New Hampshire to his court trial
theatrics in Philadelphia. This is a must-have DVD for true crime aficionados
and horror fans.
MAKING-OF - Length: 20 Minutes
Go behind the scenes with filmmaker John Borowski, following the progress
of the film from inception to completion. Fake walls, green screens,
and miniatures are just some of the classic special effects techniques
utilized to bring the nineteenth century to life.
Due to story flow, some scenes were cut from the final film. Here you
have a chance to view these scenes which deal with a fire on the third
floor of the castle, Phrenology, and DNA typing.
View three trailers for the film.
5.1 DOLBY SURROUND SOUNDTRACK
Listen as footsteps creak behind you, crowds at the world's fair envelope
you, and the horrors of the torture dungeon echo in your home theater.
ORIGINAL STEREO SOUNDTRACK
Learn more about the artistic elements of the film and how it was made.
THE STORY CONTINUES
An excellent post-film viewing experience which fills in some of the
details that have transpired since the end of the Holmes case.
Several posters were desgined for H.H. Holmes.
Learn more about the filmmaker and voice talent.
NTSC ALL REGION DVD
COLOR AND B&W
Original FULLSCREEN Presentation
UNRATED DIRECTOR'S CUT
ISBN: 0-9759185-0-8 UPC: 61689259632
SUPPORT 100% INDEPENDENT FILM
This film is a 100% independent film which means that John Borowski
has produced this film single-handedly over a period of four years without
utilizing traditional funding and distribution methods. If you would
like to support independent filmmaking then order directly from this
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