West Hollywood, CA (Monday, August 12th, 2019) – Perfect Skin is a horror thriller from director Kevin Chicken and writer Dusan Tolmac. Recently released on Digital formats, this title involves a psychopathic tattoo artist, who targets a beautiful, young Polish woman for his next work-of-art. Kidnapping her, Bob hopes to utilize her flesh, to create a macabre and permanent creation. This title stars Richard Brake (3 from Hell), Natalia Kostrzewa (The Looking Glass) and Jo Woodcock. Indican Pictures will release Perfect Skin, on DVD, this September 10th!
Perfect Skin’s story is set in London. Here, a mysterious tattoo artist (Brake) turns his attention to a woman, whose unblemished skin could be the perfect canvas. However, Katia (Kostrzewa) likes the skin she is in and how it is; she rejects his offer. The two characters collide in Bob’s tattoo parlour, with Katia’s life set to be turned on its head, in this exciting tale of creativity corrupted by madness.
Perfect Skin has recently debuted on Digital formats, this past August 6th. Now, the film is set to show on DVD, through Indican, in early September. Film fans can get their copies on September 10th, with Perfect Skin set to shock audiences with one of this year’s most disturbing film releases!
The official trailer for Perfect Skin:
The film’s official synopsis: Bob, a cordial tattoo artist just found out he has Parkinson’s, a disease that will end his life long career. With the clock ticking, Bob’s obsessed with creating one final masterpiece before his body deteriorates. Just then he meets Katia, a young Polish woman with perfect, unblemished, untouched skin. He needs his final canvas, so he offers Katia a free tattoo, but she declines. Bob cannot accept NO for an answer, so he kidnaps Katia, locks her in a cell and goes to work on her blank canvas of a body. There is a fine line between being a perfect gentleman and an unhinged, psychopath…
Release Date: September 10th, 2019 2019 (DVD).
Director: Kevin Chicken. Writers: Kevin Chicken and Dusan Tolmac.
Cast: Richard Brake, Natalia Kostrzewa and Jo Woodcock.