Indie thriller iMurders DVD signing this weekend

The indie film thriller iMurders celebrates its three month anniversary with an in store DVD signing in Hoboken, New Jersey tomorrow. Come by and pick up a copy of the film and meet some of its stars, including Terri Colombino, Dan Grimaldi (Patsy Parisi from The Sopranos), Jack Mulcahy (Brothers McMullen, Sex and the City), and Erika Smith (The Wrestler). Get a pic, hang out, have a drink, and celebrate the iMurders DVD release.

Date: January 16, 2010, 1:00PM – 3:00PM
Location: The Brass Rail, 135 Washington Street, Hoboken, New Jersey

Find out more about this event at the iMurders MySpace page

Here is the synopsis for iMurders:

A mysterious love triangle leads to a tragic shooting. Months later, eight members of a FaceSpace chat room are being gruesomely murdered in the privacy of their own homes.

What is the connection? SANDRA WILSON (Terri Colombino), is a good place to start. The intelligent, thirty-something year-old professional woman has a haunting past that may hold the key!

The chilling truth however is that any one of the Myspace lurkers: JANET LING (Miranda Kwok), the grief-stricken Bostonian, teetering on the edge; PROFESSOR UBEROTH (William Forsythe from The Devil’s Reject, 88 Minutes), an ambitious College Professor who would stop at nothing to protect his interests; LINDSAY JEFFERIES (Gabrielle Anwar, from Scent of a Woman, Burn Notice), a former model whose brutal attack has forced her into a reclusive life and nightmarish memories that won’t go away; as well as phone sex operator MELTNURMOUTH (Jane Dashow), FX movie man MARK SANDERS (Wilson Jermaine Heredia from Rent); may hold the answers as to who is responsible for the grizzly murders taking place in this cyberworld.

Time is running out for FBI Agents Otis Washington (Tony Todd from Clive Barker’s Candyman) and Lori Romano (Brooke Lewis). Particularly for the latter, as her brother, JOE ROMANO (Frank Grillo from Minority Report, Prison Break), finds himself far closer to the center of this puzzle than he could have ever imagined.