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Marilyn Manson Stars in First Trailer for 'Let Me Make You a Martyr'

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May 15, 2017
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Let Me Make You a Martyr Trailer

"My daddy used to sing me a song…" FilmRise has debuted the first official trailer for a small town indie thriller titled Let Me Make You a Martyr, from filmmakers Corey Asraf & John Swab. This is sort of a continuation of their 2014 short film Judas' Chariot. The film stars Marilyn Manson as a hitman hired by two adopted siblings who devise a plan to kill their abusive father. The cast includes Mark Boone Junior, Sam Quartin, Niko Nicotera, Michael Potts, William Lee Scott, and Slaine. This is an intriguing trailer that uses one chilling scene with Manson to introduce us to the film, and it's very effective. See below.

Here's the first trailer (+ poster) for Corey Asraf & John Swab's Let Me Make You a Martyr, on Vimeo:

Let Me Make You a Martyr Poster

Let Me Make You a Martyr Poster

A cerebral revenge film about two adopted siblings who fall in love, and hatch a plan to kill their abusive father. Let Me Make You a Martyr is co-directed by filmmakers Corey Asraf & John Swab, making their feature directorial debut. They both directed the short film Judas' Chariot previously (sort of a prequel to this film) - which you can watch online here. The screenplay is also written by John Swab & Corey Asraf, from a story by Corey Asraf. This first premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival in Quebec last year (read an interview here), and is just getting released this year. FilmRise will release Let Me Make You a Martyr in select theaters starting May 25th, before it arrives on VOD starting June 9th. Anyone curious about this?

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  • DAVIDPD
    You know what...sometimes it just makes sense...
  • grimjob
    OK, I'm interested.
  • The poster is lovely.
  • Duane
    Dang. That short film was somethin'. Definitely innerested.....
  • shiboleth
    It's hard to say anything conclusive from this trailer, but I don't see reasons to be particularly impressed. And I don't believe very much in Manson's acting abilities, but I might like the tone of the film ...
  • I....Idk about this, man. That trailer felt kinda Grindhouse-y....Idk what to make of this. Hard to say.

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