For some of us, it’s all about finding that perfect pair of jeans to die for. Quite literally.
The comedy-horror movie Slaxx takes the turn to mock the youth fashion industry by pairing a pair of jeans in a serial killing spree of victims inside a mall store.
The film stars Romane Denis (Slut in a Good Way), Brett Donahue (Private Eyes, Bad Blood), Sehar Bhojani (The Handmaid’s Tale, Seth and Ethnicity), and Stephen Bogaert (American Psycho, It). Elza Kephart (Go in the Wilderness, Graveyard Alive) directed the film and co-wrote the script with Patricia Gomez Zlater (Graveyard Alive).
Here’s the official synopsis:
In Slaxx, a possessed pair of jeans is brought to life to punish the unscrupulous practices of a trendy clothing company. Shipped to the company’s flagship store, the killer jeans proceed to wreak carnage on staff who are locked in overnight to set up the new collection.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta talked with co-writer Patricia Gomez Zlater on this ridiculous laughable comedy horror. We talked about her experiences in working at one of these fashionable mall stores, the origin of the story, and her love of horror movies.
Patricia Gomez Zlatar graduated from Concordia University in biology. She co-wrote and produced her first feature film with Graveyard Alive – A Zombie Nurse in Love that played extensively at film festivals and garnered numerous awards. Eventually, she continued in the path of academics to graduate with a master’s in ecology from the University of Florida. After a few years as a scientist, she formed Head on the Door Productions, a company to create horror films in horror, fantasy, and arthouse genre. Then she produced Go in the Wildnerness and a festival short Never Tear Us Apart. Other projects she is involved that included Les Elus and Maiden Mother Crone.
Slaxx is currently available on VOD, Digital HD, and DVD today.
Watch the exclusive interview with Patricia Gomez Zlater below. Let us know what you think of it.