Trailers: A Nun Battles For Her Soul In Sulphur For Leviathan

This is a trailer for Sulphur for Leviathan

 It is the 13 minute companion piece to last year's The Temple of Lilith from Sodom & Chimera Productions, a blending of arthouse and horror from experimental filmmaker James Quinn. It stars Susan M. Martin (Plank Face and Space Babes from Outer Space) as The Nun, Jerry Larew (Alfie in the She Was So Pretty films) as Lucifer, Craig Long as Satan, and Joseph Knapik as a demon priest. The score is from Leanna Primiani (the horror short The Daughters of Virtue), and also features music by the metal band Come to Grief.

Quinn proudly stated, "Sulphur for Leviathan is a film that started out purely as an idea of rage. An outcry of anger against the anti-rationalism of the Catholic church, in this case not the more widely discussed controversies such as reoccurring cases of pedophilia and abuse, but rather the many moral codes they like to preach, like the commonly known 'turn the other cheek'. While that may sound like a rather aggressive reason for a film, it is in its essence nothing but a piece of food for thought, intended to raise some questions about tough moral decisions that would be executed in a vastly different way outside of the religious concept."

The film will premiere in the festival circuit in 2018. Check out the synopsis, stills and trailer below. 

"Sulphur for Leviathan revolves around a nun, who suddenly finds herself progressively fantasizing about things that shouldn't be in her head, increasingly having to face her own doings of blasphemy, all leading up to something demonically dark and sinister. Portrayed in a surreal manner both in color and black and white, with a heavy focus on elegant cinematography, the film tells a satanic tale of unfulfilled desires, lust, blasphemy and existential dread, packed in a controversial and disturbing, but calm and poetic experience that is heavily inspired by Andrei Tarkovsky, with a touch of satanism."