THERESA & ALLISON
“THERESA & ALLISON HAVE A VERY UNIQUE LOVE STORY. IT’S GIRL MEETS GIRL AS IF IT WERE DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION OR ONE OF THE BLOODIEST TIMES IN HISTORY, BECAUSE THAT’S WHERE THESE PEOPLE LIVE ALL OF THE TIME.”
JEREMIAH KIPP – DIRECTOR
“Hi, this is Charles D. Lincoln, the producer and writer of Theresa and Allison, a feature-length independent horror film, directed by the great Jeremiah Kipp (The Minions, The Sadist, The Day God Slept, Drool, and countless other short horror films) and starring Sarah Schoofs (Gut, Phobia, Meme) and Arielle Hope. Theresa and Allison is the story of Theresa (Hope) who, after a one night stand that turns disastrous, finds herself drawn into a downward spiral of savagery and brutality, all the while tempted by the beautiful and immortal Allison (Schoofs). It’s a supernatural horror story with a modern twist. Uncompromising but intelligent. Bloody but character-driven. And above all, a tribute to the darker films that helped shape our creativity while, at the same time, aiming to do new things within old genres.”
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THERESA & ALLISON, currently in the midst of shooting, “is my attempt to go back to the gritty NYC sleaze of Lustig,” Kipp continues, “only relocated to Brooklyn so we keep up with the times. It’s a coming-of-age story drenched in blood, in which our main character Theresa gets led into a nocturnal subculture of lesbians, murderers, all manner of sadistic mayhem and the supernatural, and horrors that push into the realm of NC-17—if we even bother to attempt getting an MPAA rating. It’s definitely the grisliest and nastiest genre film I’ve made to date, which pushes the envelope while retaining strong characters played by experienced actors and a macabre dark sense of humor.” – Jeremiah Kipp
THERESA & ALLISON
Tony’s aggressive masculinity puts him in the minority in THERESA & ALLISON, though, as Schoofs notes, “The majority of the cast is female, and they are a strong, sexual, manipulative, feisty, powerful group of women. It’s like the Cellblock Tango raised to a supernatural level. For those who have seen PHOBIA, Allison is like my character at theend of that film, only packaged as a sweet, innocent, sexual, fun-loving girl—definitely a wolf in sheep’s clothing. And true to all of my characters in horror, I will at some point be naked and covered in blood.”
– Sarah Schoofs (me!)