Eric Stanze has taken horror fans on memorable cinematic quests before in films such as Ratline and Deadwood Park, and for his latest movie, In Memory Of, Stanze takes viewers on the road once again, this time immersing them in a mind-bending mystery laced with horrifying hallucinations. As a special treat for Daily Dead readers, we've been given the opportunity to exclusively unveil the trailer for Stanze's In Memory Of.

Written by Stanze, Jason Christ (who also co-stars as Simon Diyor), and Jackie Kelly, In Memory Of is slated for a spring release this year from Wicked Pixel Cinema. You can experience the first trailer below, featuring haunting music by Rocky Gray (who was a drummer for Evanescence), and to keep up to date on the movie, be sure to visit Eric Stanze's official website.

Press Release: IN MEMORY OF is the long-awaited new film from director Eric Stanze, the critically acclaimed and often controversial filmmaker who helmed ICE FROM THE SUN, SCRAPBOOK, DEADWOOD PARK, and RATLINE.

A bizarre art-house horror road-trip film, IN MEMORY OF is slated for release this spring.

Shot in Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah, this sprawling journey through madness stars Jackie Kelly in her feature film debut. IN MEMORY OF also stars Jason Christ (RATLINE), Adam Ahlbrandt (director of CROSS BEARER and THE CEMETERY), Emily Haack (SCRAPBOOK), DJ Vivona (ICE FROM THE SUN), Haley Jay Madison (SCAREWAVES, HEADLESS), and Katie Groshong (A MEASURE OF THE SIN, JUG FACE).

IN MEMORY OF features original music score by two-time Grammy award-winner Rocky Gray, former drummer for the multi-platinum band Evanescence.

Synopsis: When a medical experiment turns into a blood-soaked nightmare, the only surviving subject flees for her life. Painfully missing her most precious memories of childhood, pummeled by horrific hallucinations, and pursued by those who stand to profit from her damaged brain, Amber Sheridan embarks on a cross-country road trip to track down a mysterious stranger - the one man who has the ability to end Amber’s madness, and restore the memories that have been stolen from her.

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