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You Should Support ‘The Black Gloves’ Campaign is You’re a Fan of the Owlman!

The Black Gloves Movie

Lovecraftian terror is big with us. We don’t sleep on the influence H.P. Lovecraft had and continues to have on amazing genre. Many a fine works have been created, directly influenced by Lovecraft and his legendary writings. The next up, if you help to make it be, is The Black Gloves, the newest Owlman flick that’s enjoying a successful Kickstarter campaign, but they’re still short of their goal, which is where we come in.

We’ve seen a few brilliant releases that Kickstarter played an enormous part in, and this could be the very next one. It looks and sounds compelling, and if you’ve got a few bucks to donate, you probably should.

Here’s the kickstarter page, and just below are a few production details!

Deep in the Scottish highlands, Dr. Finn Galloway suspects a terrifying conspiracy to unleash an unimaginable Horror…

The Black Gloves is a 1940s-set Film Noir that combines spine-tingling horror with intense psychological dread – a supernatural tale where one man must battle against a terrifying stalker as ancient as time itself.

Our film stars Macarena Gomez (Shrew’s Nest, Dagon) Jamie Scott- Gordon (The Unkindness of Ravens) and Alexandra Nicole Hulme (Lord of Tears.)

 

Dr. Finn Galloway is a psychologist obsessed with the mysterious death of his young patient, and her belief in a strange and terrifying entity…

Determined to find answers, Finn discovers a vital clue when he learns that once-famous ballerina Elisa Grey now lives in crippling fear of a similar entity… the so-called Owlman. In the crumbling Baldurrock Estate, he finds the ballerina hidden away, under the watchful eye of her sinister guardian, Lorena Velasco.

There, in the bleak isolation of the Scottish Highlands, Finn must battle against a force of unimaginable evil – a nightmare foe like no other.

 

The Black Gloves features one of the most terrifying entities of ancient legend, made popular around the world in both film and literature – a figure some call ‘The Owlman’.

Inspired by the texts of ancient religion and Celtic/Eastern mythology, the Owlman has become an internet phenomenon. From his first outing in our micro-budget feature Lord of Tears to the many videos which have followed, the Owlman has captured the imagination of audiences around the world.

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Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

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