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Killer Mermaid Hollywood, Calif. – Epic Pictures Group announces the home video and digital release of KILLER MERMAID through their U.S. distribution arm, Epic Pictures Releasing, on September 9th, 2014, following an exclusive digital window on XBOX on August 26th. The fantasy horror was directed by Milan Todorovic, who is best known for Apocalypse of the Dead. Franco Nero, Kristina Klebe, Dragan Micanovic, and Natalie Burn star in the film.

Epic Pictures will release the film on all media platforms.

KILLER MERMAID will be available on DVD and in HD video on demand. Special features include an in-depth look at how the mermaid was created, cast and crew interviews, and a bonus promo created for a crowdfunding website.

KILLER MERMAID has had an amazing festival run around the world with packed screenings at Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival (Belgium), Fantaspoa (Brazil), Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (South Korea), and Fantafestival (Rome). The film has received numerous awards on the festival circuit including Best Film at the 2014 Zagreb Fantastic Film Festival and Best Production Design at the 2014 SOFEST. KILLER MERMAID will make its UK premiere at Frightfest on August 25th.

Milan Todorovic said, “This is truly a movie for horror fans. I’ve loved horror films my whole life, so this was a dream movie for me… beautiful locations, gorgeouscast, a mermaid who is as disturbing as she is stunning, and the legendary Franco Nero who brings unequaled gravitas to the film’s finale. With Epic Pictures handling the US distribution, the legend of the killer mermaid is just beginning!”

Epic CEO Patrick Ewald said, “Milan Todorovic is an incredibly passionate filmmaker in the genre space. He has created a beautifully terrifying world that will introduce audiences not only to a new take on the creature feature but will also scare the hell out of anyone who has a fear of open water and what lies beneath.”

Added Epic Co-Founder Shaked Berenson, “There have been movies about deadly sharks, possessed demons, and even big ass spiders, but monster mermaids are new and exciting. What we have now is the new stuff of nightmares.”

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