Audiences should get ready for something twistedly comedic and scary thanks to The Creeper’s Curse poster, featuring Asta Paredes and Hunter Hoffman. Check out what happens when you cross the line with the wrong witch!
Chef, Roger (Hunter Hoffman) is notorious for hitting on women when he’s had too much to drink, making him an absolute total creep. At a New Year’s Eve party, Roger (Hoffman) aggressively hits on a witch (Brielle Cotelo), The Witch (Cotelo) then places him in an ancient curse, where he is vocally trapped into speaking Elizabethan English and is slowly taken over by a demon.
Here are 5 reasons we’re excited for The Creeper’s Curse:
5) The Poster!
The Creeper’s Curse poster was illustrated by Jordan Gowen. Great posters tell you a story with just one look. Remarkable posters make you want to add them to your collection. This poster does a fantastic job foreshadowing the plot and captures the expressions of the ensemble cast!
4) What’s Going To Happen?
Co-chefs, Gwen (Asta Paredes) and Marc (Evan Williams) notice that Roger is acting very off-the-wall. When Roger suddenly faints and wakes up in a demonic rage, Gwen and Marc race to find the cure before the curse fully takes over!
3) The Themes!
Screenwriter/actor Hunter Hoffman mentioned to Villain Media about the central theme of accountability, “With the importance of the #metoo movement, [The Creeper’s Curse] highlights the responsibility that men have to control their actions, as well as the responsibility of friends to step in when someone is crossing the line.”
2) The Director!
Did you get a chance to see Director Blake Rice’s short, To Whom It May Concern at The Museum of the Moving Image? It has a Hitchcock-like premise about a young woman who bears an alarming resemblance to the subject of the photographs on display. Rice tells The Court Square Blog that he “wanted to do something against the grain.”
1) It Has Everything!
We always excited to see Asta Paredes in absolutely anything she does! I’m always interested in studying how actors explore their range while writing the screenplay, like Hunter Hoffman. Plus I really want to see how a filmmaker like Blake Rice handles comedy, makeup, and horror.