After the critically acclaimed monster satire, Monstrous Disunion, Jackson Batchelor’s sophomore feature-length film I Curse This Land is set to be Trash Arts’ most ambitious project yet!
When faced with the truth, male serial killers like Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, Charles Manson, and Ed Gein always blame something or someone for their actions. And for some reason, it always comes down to women. “It’s all so fucking boring!”
“The world is a beautiful place… and you don’t deserve to be in it!”
The Portsmouth based Trash Arts is becoming a prolific producer of low-budget, yet high quality films of the supernatural and horror genres. Low-key, intense and relying on skilled acting and filmmaking techniques rather than jump scares, the team of Sam Mason-Bell and Jessica Hunt give us subtle movies which true horror fans will cherish.
“As I got more into horror, I started to get more interested in films that could push social boundaries and truly disturb an audience…”
A low key, documentary/found footage horror film from Portsmouth, England based Trash Arts, The Truth Will Out, is a skillfully made movie worth checking out. Although it doesn’t break new ground as far as the genre goes, and while it isn’t full of action and cheap scares, the film thrives on its great acting and photography. A hit reality show, Hard Streets UK, hosted by the completely obnoxious and degenerate Thomas Laboss, is on its way to interview the Braussau family, Gypsies who claim to be true Wiccans. Along for the ride are Thomas’s sound and recording engineers, Stanley and Darren.