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The Laughing Mask


                                                        “If you’re guilty…beware!”


Director Michael Aguiar recently completed production on the horror title Creeper. This title dealt with the potential horrors of the internet and social media. Now, Pendragon Productions and Aguiar are in development on another horror project, titled The Laughing Mask. In the vein of the Saw franchise and Brendan Cowles Drive Thru, a maniacal killer targets those he deems guilty.


The Laughing Mask initially confines a young woman in the film’s first preview. She has turned her back on her child. In a moment of selfishness, this mother murders her child in order to get her life back. Yet, the Laughing Mask sees this act as it truly is: an act of murder and neglect.


The Laughing Mask is currently in the development stages of production. Aguiar and cinematographer Kyle Fritsche are moving ahead with script production and they are also scouting locations to be used in a full feature for The Laughing Mask. This title is expected to be completed in early 2013, with talks for distribution currently underway.


The first clip for the film has already been widely received. The preview has received well over 30,000 views on Youtube. Preview The Laughing Mask below in the film’s first clip!


Release Date: February, 2013 (expected).


Director/writer: Michael Aguiar.


Cinematographer: Kyle Fritsche.


Cast: Rohnja Morrow and Jeff Jenkins.


The film’s fan page is here:


The film’s homepage is here:



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