Director and Producer of The Song of Solomon, Unearthed Films CEO, Stephen Biro gives 100% Real Exorcism Rituals taken from The Exorcism book from the Vatican: DE EXORCISMUS ET SUPPLICATIONIBUS QUIBUSDAM and uses 100% practical effects from two of the leading FX Companies in Independent Horror (Toetag and Oddtopsy ).
Mary witnesses the brutal suicide of her Father. His death unleashes the savage forces of demonic possession in his daughter. The End of Days are upon the world. Famine, drought, looting and chaos is ripping the world apart and the Catholic Church is trying to save an innocent soul from the ravages of Satanic possession.
Wave after wave of holy men are sent to confront the possessed, but what is the Holy Church actually doing? The City on Seven Hills is working on the Second Coming of Christ but before He comes back – the Antichrist must rule for seven years.
The Song of Solomon’s true nature is to unleash an evil the world has been waiting for since the beginning of time.
for the trailer
- Commentary with Stephen Biro & Jessica Cameron
- Commentary with Stephen Biro, Marcus Koch & Jerami Cruise
- Behind the Scenes/Making of
- Photo Gallery
- Video Interview with Actress Jessica Cameron
- Video Interview with Writer/Director Stephen Biro
- Video Interview with Special Effects Artist Marcus Koch
- Video Interview with Director of Photography Chris Hilleke
- Video Interview with Actor Gene Palubicki
- Video Interview with Actor David McMahon
- SKU: UN-1092
- UPC: 760137137696
- Genre: Horror
- Run Time: 86:00 mins
- Number of Discs: 3
- Audio: STEREO
- Year of Production: 2017
- Territory: NORTH AMERICA
- Language: English
“The Song of Solomon’ has the ability to hit horror loving viewers where it hurts which is in the heart and soul.” – Brad Slaton,Tom Hollands Terror Time
“A near perfect piece of indie horror brutality and ingenuity — something that must be experienced firsthand.” – Danni Winn, Morbidly Beautiful
“In this critic’s opinion it’s better than The Exorcist.” – Spencer Evatt, House of Tortured Souls
“…it pulls no punches and makes no apologies” – Samuel Glass Jr., Beneath The Underground
“The film could have similar crossover appeal to the mainstream that made Martyrs and Inside such huge hits.” – Phil Wheat, Nerdly
“The Song of Solomon is one hell of a demonic possession film and it deservedly remains in a distinctively grotesque class of its own.” – Ryan Logsdon, Beneath The Underground
”With a focus on blood and gore this will keep horror fans happy!”
– James Pemberton, The Slaughtered Bird