Bizarre Mannequin Movie ‘AGALMATOPHILIA’ released on DVD, VHS and Prime!

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Finally we get to see this year’s highly anticipated film that’s undeniably unlike any other film you’ve seen before. Just in time for the holidays . . . the latest and greatest film from Frolic Pictures . . . Agalmatophilia, is now available! Find it on Amazon Prime and order the DVD or VHS now, to graciously stuff the stocking of your favorite friend, family member or unusual lover.

What critics are saying:

 

“Guy (Jared Masters), a lonely and numbers-obsessed office clerk who does “the numbers” for his clients (it’s never explained in full), one day realizes he needs a secretary – and pretty much hires the first applicant, Iesha Stayput, who just happens to be a living, breathing mannequin (voiced by Brittany Ballantyne) – and at first he’s only taken in by her professionalism, but soon he starts to have feelings for her as well (thus the title, ‘Agalmatophilia,’ a paraphilia involving sexual attraction to a statue, doll, mannequin), and he, who has so far mostly been tied to his desk, starts to go out with her and stuff. But there’s his client, Veronique (Brittany Ballantyne, in the flesh), who at first only gets friendly with Guy as she’s not able to pay her invoices on time, but before long she starts getting interested in him as a man, too – and even if she’s got some weird fetishes on her own for sure, she eventually notices there’s something not 100% right with Guy…. Now this is most certainly a very unusual film, an extremely weird, twisted romance between a man and a shop window mannequin, done very much in a way as if it was a very natural thing, with a minimum of special effects, and without any fantasy or horror motives or even vastly simplified psychology tagged on – and especially for these reasons it works, it just tells its story, doesn’t lose steam in long-winded explanations or fancy effects, just lets us see the world through Guy’s and later also Veronique’s eyes – but with an extra shot of irony (rather than moronic humor). If you’re into the slightly bizarre, you’ll get lots of enjoyment out of this.” – Mike Haberfelner, SearchMyTrash.com

 

The publishers of this announcement have nothing to gain, or to lose, by your anticipatory entertainment. A show fantastically and strategically composed. It may frighten some of you. It may startle the very nerves that cause your neck to tingle. It is up to you to decide. Let us explore the deepest desires in every one of us. Let’s come out. See us balloon into our true selves.

 

Don’t let the star rating fool you! Why let an anonymous individual dictate your thoughts? You are a freethinking individual. Self-respect sold separately. Batteries not included. What works for you will confuse another. Your mother is unamused. Your ignorant community will ostracize you. Let the film speak for itself. Do not merely support the names you are familiar with and giant ads you read, take yourself on the best date ever. Give art a chance. Discover a life changing moment, again, and again in . . .Agalmatophilia (in glorious black and white).

 

See . . . The Prince of Hollywood, Jared Masters, in his feature film debut in a leading role. Also, introducing the fierce and captivating triple threat, Brittany Ballantyne (the quasi-sensational starlet who came all way from Iowa to cash in on her instincts . . . and charm).

 

So don’t wait! Cuddle up with your favorite inanimate object . . . and watch . . . Agalmatophilia. It will titillate and shock the very tentacles of your heart, repeatedly. Find the DVD online (wherever DVDs are sold). Snatch up a very rare, limited edition (only 1,000 copies made) VHS on eBay, while supplies last. Stream it instantly online, for free (with an Amazon Prime one month trial). The reason why you can’t think of your favorite movie when asked is because . . . you have yet to see Agalmatophilia, a Frolic Picture.

 

Amazon Prime:

 

http://a.co/d/iaf3sLO

 

DVD:

 

https://www.moviezyng.com/810162038946.aspx

 

And don’t forget to check out the theme song:

 

https://youtu.be/3ShSm4rMgQk

 

Trailer:

 

https://youtu.be/xqlnLqaa7sE

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Silent horror/fantasy film ‘Amethyst’ wraps principal photography

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Frozen in a fairy tale… There’s that moment in some, not all, filmmakers’ careers, that she says to herself, “out with the old habits, and in with the new, groundbreaking forces of cinematic nature.” It’s comparable to the moment a life-long addict of oranges drops them all into a pit, because there are suddenly real Granny Smith apples to be had.

Sometimes a visionary unfolds a new onslaught of creative control, or is unable to control the pseudo-contractions she thought could be perverse without genre-defying Medicare. It is in these docile moments in a director’s life that new blood is born (or shed) on new (however old) subconscious subject matter. Jared Masters has never touched on vampires, sea nymphs, gentiles, river fairies or centaurs… until now, simply because he wanted to, and the studio system wasn’t there to stop him.

In an orangutan-like espionage, Masters disproves himself yet again, to be completely trite and anti-tone deaf. A medical examiner would perhaps see his status as unfit for service in this immediate world, but that is because; look around- the media today has been hijacked by a lifeless digital lie; a corrupt definition (not merely a high one).

The days of real working parts are sadly over, and a mundane tsunami of 78% realism (at best), gushes from flat television sets and defecates onto our living room floors. And what’s worse is that everyone seems to be completely fine with it. Well, for the few of you who appreciate practical effects and cinematic dignity, Amethyst is here. You wont see any computer generated sharks or lavish intergalactic worlds rendered on seventeen different computers from a studio staff out of Glendale. What you will witness is the profound true story of a real girl, who took too much LSD, and made a mockery out of herself in the triumph to get to nowhere. Because, like real life (some would argue), there is nowhere anyone really needs to explore (since we have Wikipedia and Google images). But in a fantasy these new age gizmos should not exist, and that is why we have to dig deeper, into a conundrum of selfless satire, void of back bending idolatry and promote healthy fanfare for new ideas, from a new generation of underground artists. The thirst of worn-out appreciators shall be quenched with Amethyst.

Newcomers Grace Klich and Valerie Miller star, with Derrick Biedenback and Olivia Yohai. Cinematography by Takede Osheame. Production assistance and continuity by Matt McPartland and Casey Plemons. Written and directed by “The Woody Allen of Horror” Jared Masters (Slink, Ballet of Blood, After School Massacre).

One drop is enough… Trailer coming soon.