Abnormal Attraction

A fantasy comedy set in a world "Where it's Weird to be Normal." This creature feature is an adult fairy tale where mythical monsters live alongside humans.

"WHERE IT'S WEIRD TO BE NORMAL"

A CREATURE FEATURE LIKE NO OTHER

In a world where fairy tales are much more than tales, monsters and humans are forced to live alongside one another.  Much like in our world, many people find it possible to peacefully coexist, however there are plenty of others who do not.  Nick Lane is one of the few people who stand in the middle and try to bring both sides closer together instead of pushing them further apart.  However, when the tension that has been building between both sides reaches its breaking point, the middle isn’t necessarily the best place to be.  Nick’s morals are tested and his own weaknesses are revealed as all these problems come closer to home.

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“A laugh out loud indie film…Halloweentown for adults.”

World Film Geek

“Something truly unique, endearing as it is insane…had me chuckling along until the final credits.”

– Back to the Movies

“Nothing but a good time. Fans of side-splitting raunchy comedy should put AA on their must watch list.”

Dread Central

“Abnormal Attraction is quite frankly bat shit crazy. I’ve never seen a film like it before and I’m not sure I will again.”

Entertainment Focus

“This “AA” meeting is hilarious and sets the comedic tone for the rest of the movie. Bruce Davison is awesome. I don’t think I can stress that enough.”

411 Mania

“The script, written by Steven Della Salla, and Michael and Jason Leavy is a really high quality piece of work…unlike anything I’ve seen in recent years.”

Acting Hour

“One of the smartest, dumbest comedies I’ve ever seen. There’s so much attention to detail…there’s no way you’ll catch everything the first time.”

The Headless Critic

“Funny as hell…you’d almost have to be inhuman not to laugh.” 3.5 out of 4 Stars

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Awards

Winner of 9 Awards with 25 Total Nominations

Best Feature (2x)

Best Comedy Feature

Best Sci-Fi

Best Ensemble Cast

Best Editing

Best Actor

Best Supporting Actor

Best Supporting Actress

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Chains of Love

The Original Single Written and Composed for the Film by Gene Micofsky

and Performed by American Idol Finalist, JAX.

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ET Studio Productions

ABNORMAL ATTRACTION NEWS

A Night at the Drive-in

...two nights actually. Abnormal Attraction & Terrifier both screened as part of The Kreischer Mansion's Summer Drive-in Series.
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Abnormal Attraction World Premiere

The cast, crew and over 400 excited fans got to be the first to see Abnormal Attraction on the big screen at the red carpet event held at the SVA Theatre.
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From Sand to Snow, Florida to Utah

A last minute call adds a detour to our trip to the Sundance FIlm Festival. So the road to Park City, Utah takes us through TNABC in Miami, Florida.
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Abnormal Attraction’s Cast Rounds Out

As principle photography continues in stages, another fantastic actor, Jim Hanks, is added into the already talented group which includes Bruce Davison.
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Abnormal Attraction Adds Melanie Iglesias

Production is right around the corner and one of the final pieces to the puzzle has been put in place, the gorgeous and talented Melanie Iglesias.
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Abnormal Attraction Adds Gilbert Gottfried

As the film continues to take shape, comedy legend, Gilbert Gottfried is added to the cast. He will bring all his talent & of course his iconic voice.
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Abnormal Attraction & Malcolm McDowell

"Abnormal Attraction" is set to be filmed in New York over the summer. It will star the Hollywood icon, Malcolm McDowell from "A Clockwork Orange."
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