Film Feature Pitch: BLOODY ANIMALS 1: DEVOURING TO NEW YORK by Ciro Antonio Vega Blanco

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ACTORTitle: BLOODY ANIMALS 1: DEVOURING TO NEW YORK

Written by: Ciro Antonio Vega Blanco

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Horror

Logline: In New York, a band of cannibalistic murders is trapped in a zoo. Through a ritual, transfer their souls and weapons to five animals; converting them in murderers devouring of human.

Synopsis: New York is attacked by a gang of murderers with cannibalistic habits. The Captain preparing an ambush to capture the perpetrators of the killings. The band manages to escape and the chase begins. Erroneously the murderers take the path that leads to the zoo, and they are corralled within this. The band remembers that sealed a blood covenant in which they promised to transfer their souls, to another living being when they are to the verge of death or imprisonment. This way your wave of crime continues, not finding people; They decide to take a tiger, a wolf, a wild boar a wild cat, and an eagle to perform the ritual of transference of souls. The energy of the ritual carries weapons they have in their hands and part of the body of animals change; getting skeleton, teeth, claws, horns and beak of metal. During day, the animals do not present any physical alteration in the zoo, but at night the soul of cannibals possesses their bodies, changing its appearance and awakening in them the desire to eat meat human. With the skill of throwing their claws and horns of metal, the new band comes to town to stalk their victims.

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