“The Good Things Devils Do,” a horror feature shot in and around Asheville, NC won big last weekend at the SIN Film Festival in Miami, FL. The film, about two unlikely allies fighting a vampire on Halloween night, took home the 2020 Wrath award from the festival’s sophomore outing, which honors its winners with unique award titles reflecting the seven deadly sins.
The film’s writer/director Jess Norvisgaard explained that the Wrath award is given to the movie with “the most violence and rage out of the contestants. It was as much an award for the best villains of all the contestants as well, and I'll take that.” The film stars veteran horror actors Kane Hodder, Linnea Quigley, Bill Oberest Jr along with local actress Kelley Wilson Robinson.
Actors Kelley Wilson Robinson and Kane Hodder show off the Wrath award.
Photo courtesy Jess Norvisgaard
The SIN film festival is part of the larger Sinister Nights Horror Convention, held annually in Miami and is open to submissions for both short and feature length films from all countries. The 2020 festival convened during Halloween weekend for extra spook appeal, and was a fitting time for "The Good Things Devils Do" considering its setting.
Along with the festival, the convention offers unique events during its weekend like Scream Queen Olympics, a Monster Prom, Celebrity Match Game, and a costume contest. Info about next year’s date and tickets are available on their website.
“The Good Things Devils Do” is distributed by Gravitas Ventures and is available for purchase and streaming on Amazon, Prime, Best Buy, WalMart and other major platforms and retailers.