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Psychotropic Overload

A deliciously campy but disturbing thriller that'll keep you guessing. Steven Callahan (David Wittman) is a well respected therapist has just taken on a new client named Christian (Joseph F. Alexandre) who's an aspiring fashion photographer who suffers from a series of bizarre and violent fantasies. As the fantasies become more vivid Steven becomes suspicious these are more than just random thoughts. Simultaneously, foul mouthed detective Tim Poroski (John Thomas) is faced with a series of murders and disappearances of several male models. as the plot tightens Steven and Christian become involved in a deadly game of cat and mouse that leads to a wildly unpredictable conclusion. Also includes the short film LEMON which screened at New Filmmakers in NYC about a cross dressing hitman! And, award winning short doc The Real Casino about the real people who were the basis for the Scorsese mob epic!
Reviews:

"looks and feels like no other indie feature I've seen... I find fascinating that the film's free form media mixing and hallucinatory editing style..."
Matt Zoller Seitz- New York times

"perfectly captures the dementia in the context of a hallucinatory DePalma like thriller... just allowed myself to get lost in the abstract combination of sound and visuals"
Allan Richards- b-Independent.com

" able to affect me on a deeper level... different than anything I've seen lately, and in this case that's a good thing!"
Ron Bonk- Alternative Cinema

"Alexandre has a wacky twist and imagery that puts a spin on his effort... interesting, and added just the right amount of deranged highlights."
Paul Zeis- Filmthreat.com

"Definitely check this one out if you're into abstract cinema from the likes of Lynch, Jodorowsky, Buñuel or something along the lines of Elias Merhige's Begotten." Josh Samford- Rogue Cinema
www.roguecinema.com

Available on DVD
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Film Festivals:
Chicago Underground Film Fest, Forest Park Film Fest, Toronto Underground festival of Horror, Always Independent Film Fest, Dallas Underground film fest.