“If you’re guilty, beware The Laughing Mask!”

The Laughing Mask

“If you’re guilty, beware The Laughing Mask!”


Saint Augustine, Florida – The indie slasher feature The Laughing Mask has completed practical effects layering. As well, over twenty minutes of new, original scenes have been shot and the sound design has been improved. Now, the film is set to have its World Premiere, at the Wolf’s Museum of Mystery. The showing takes place on October 3rd, 2015, in Saint Augustine, Florida. And, members of the production team and cast will be in attendance. Members of the media are also welcome to attend.


The film’s story is one of revenge. Jake (John Hardy) has lost his wife to the Laughing Mask killer. Recently, his daughter has been kidnapped by this same madman. Jake must work with the diligent detective, Kate O’Malley (Sheyenne Rivers), to track down this elusive man. But, where the Laughing Mask takes him, Jake is unprepared to go. Jake must deal with a strange assortment of monsters and creatures, within the Laughing Mask’s darkened lair.


There will be a number of special events at the film’s premiere. Attendees can have their picture taken with the Laughing Mask character. As well, the film’s official trailer will debut here, in this one-of-a-kind setting. In the Wolf’s Museum of Mystery, where the film was extensively shot, viewers can see the influences of some of the characters within the film, including the Wolf, the Mermaid and Pig Man! This is a one time showing!


World Premiere: October 3rd, 2015.


Director: Michael Aguiar.


Cast: John Hardy, Sheyenne Rivers, Gabriel Lee and Jeffrey Jenkins.


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