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Monday, June 20, 2016

Horror Icon Turned Director Debbie Rochon Carves a DVD and Digital HD Release for "MODEL HUNGER"

Wild Eye and Fright Legend Debbie Rochon
Serve Up Her Directorial Debut Model Hunger
For July 12 DVD and Digital HD Release

"Lynn Lowry gives a career best turn" - Fangoria

"A solid story, a fantastic lead actress,
gross-outs, and tension along the way
" - Dread Central

New York, NY - Wild Eye Releasing is honored to put legendary horror actress Debbie Rochon's directorial debut Model Hunger on the menu this summer.  After nearly 300 films, Rochon (Return to Nuke 'Em High, Phobia, The Theater Bizarre) steps behind the camera to skewer audiences with her blood-curling take on an actress' response to forced retirement.  She brings with her composer Harry Manfredini (The Friday the 13th franchise) and a cast of genre favorites.

B-movie legends Lynn Lowry (Shivers, The Crazies, Cat People) and Tiffany Shepis (Tales of Halloween, The Violent Kind, Sharknado 2) headline as two women on a deadly collision course.  Supported by Brian Fortune ("Game of Thrones"), Suzi Lorraine (Wrath of the Crows) Carmine Capobianco (Galactic Gigolo) and Voltaire (ABCs of Death 2), the feeding frenzy begins July 12 nationwide on DVD and Digital HD.

Former pinup model Ginny (Lowry) had been cast aside by the heartless and exploitative modeling industry.  Ginny didn't take rejection well and grew into a revenge-seeking, bloodthirsty, broken woman. When her new neighbors Debbie (Shepis) and Sal (Capobianco) move in, Debbie begins to notice strange things going on. Sal believes she is mentally unstable, but Debbie becomes determined to figure out what secret life Ginny is leading. Her new nosy neighbor throws a damper on Ginny's private life: her cannibalistic addictions and ever-growing body count. Both women become determined to put an end to the other's obsession.

Model Hunger (Official Trailer)

Order Model Hunger on Amazon

The DVD release of Model Hunger (SRP $19.95) will exclusively include a feature-length commentary with director Debbie Rochon, deleted scenes, a Babette Bombshell short, Voltaire interview and much more.


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