The Lurking Man by Keith Rommel
“The Lurking Man” movie is a psychological thriller meant to torment. It is based off of a true story within Keith Rommel’s life. The movie received 93 acclaimed awards from several film festivals. Some of these awards include Best Lead Actress, Feature Film, Best Women Filmmakers, Art Direction, and Best Soundtrack. When asked about the movie, Keith Rommel stated, “I am extremely happy with how true they kept my vision from the book to the movie.” To view it, check out the links to the right. It will also be available on iTunes next, as well as Hulu.
The Lurking Man movie, filmed by RMR Productions, has won nearly 100 awards on the independent film festival circuit.
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What happens after we die? Are we given choices based on how we lived our lives? It’s an age-old question pondered by just about everyone.
Author Keith Rommel dared to explore the answer by creating his newest novel The Lurking Man, a story of dark suspense that unmercifully reveals the life of a self-deluded, neglectful mother who caused irreparable damage to her family and ultimately struggles with death as much as life. It’s the second novel in his suspenseful and thrilling Thanatology series that began with the eerie, spine-tingling The Cursed Man.
“Imagine Death knowing your deepest, darkest secrets and all of your private pain,” said Rommel about The Lurking Man. “Now imagine it wants to use what it knows against you so that you bend to its will.”
In the Lurking Man, main character Cailean stands beneath a spotlight in a blinding snowstorm. She has no idea where she is or how she got there, but she senses something moving around her in the darkness outside the light.
When the ominous presence calling himself Sariel makes himself known, he declares that he is Death Incarnate and that Cailean has died. He has taken her to the Aperture, a place between the living and the dead, where he will force her to face the sins of her past in exchange for twenty-four hours of life to try and right her wrongs. But what she must do in return for this precious time is unthinkable.
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