Serial Killer Thriller “The Divine Tragedies” Unveils 2 New Character Posters


The Divine Tragedies and Two Violent Brothers are Unveiled in these Two Character Posters

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Courtesy of: Dual Visions

Dual Visions and director Jose Prendes (The Haunting of Whaley House) have completed work on two more character posters for the serial killer thriller, “The Divine Tragedies”. The new graphics highlight the artwork of Sasha Burrow. And, the new posters show the characters and half-brothers Thomas LoBianco and Charles Brubaker. Together, this pair will create a murder spree, which targets the most vulnerable.

he-Divine-Tragedies-Thomas-Jon-Kondelik. Artwork by: Sasha Burrow
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“The Divine Tragedies” is loosely based on the famous Leopold and Loeb murder case, of 1924. In 1924, two brothers would test their high IQ against an innocent victim, a young boy. In this film adaptation, the names have been changed, but the drive is the same – to get away with murder! The brothers in the film are: Charles and Thomas LoBianco. These two brothers are played by Graham Denman (Charles) and Jon Kondelik (Thomas). Both brothers can be seen in these graphics, which show the character’s pain within.

The-Divine-Tragedies-Charles-Graham-Denman. Artwork by Sasha Burrow
Courtesy of: Dual Visions

A trailer has just been completed for this feature. This clip will be released in just a month. As well, the film will tour film festivals later this year, so that fans of horror and thrillers can see this exciting tale on the big screen. Horror’s finest actors, Ken Foree (Dawn of the Dead), Lynn Lowry (Cat People), Barbara Crampton (You’re Next), Sean Whalen (People Under the Stairs), and many others, can be seen in just a few months. Stay tuned for more specific release details; they will be announced shortly.

Director: Jose Prendes.

Producers: Jon and James Kondelik.

Cast: Lynn Lowry, Ken Foree, Sean Whalen, Graham Denman, Barbara Crampton, Hannah Levien, Jon Kondelik, Ruben Pla and Aaron Pruner.